The Los Angeles Clippers plan to match the Warriors' offer sheet of four years and $40 million for center DeAndre Jordan, a league source said.
Ric Bucher provides a blueprint for the Spurs to get back to title-contender status, including trades that would break up their Big 3 in order to bring some big-time stars to San Antonio.
The Golden State Warriors and Philadelphia 76ers have discussed a trade that would send the Warriors' leading scorer, Monta Ellis, to the 76ers for Andre Iguodala, according to league sources.
Lakers assistant coaches Chuck Person and Brian Shaw have permission and are scheduled to be interviewed by the Warriors, league sources said Friday.
Joe Lacob and Peter Guber are committed to turning the Warriors into a winning organization.
From the November 1, 2010 issue of ESPN The Magazine, Ric Bucher looks at the rainy day plans being made all over the NBA in case the league is locked out in 2011-12.
Signing LeBron James would be a huge financial boon for any franchise. But taking on LeBron James, The GM, as a result, might be more than any team bargained for. His influence in the front office has hurt the Cavs, sources say.
In the March 22 issue of ESPN the Magazine, Ric Bucher explains why it may not be in every team's interest to go after LeBron James and other top members of the free agent class of 2010.
Golden State Warriors president Robert Rowell addressed several topics of contention surrounding the franchise Sunday night, including the removal of coach Don Nelson as head coach.
The Raptors have traded small forward Devean George for Warriors guard Marco Belinelli.
How have the Warriors managed to be an above-average drafting team in the D.R.A.F.T. Initiative's study, yet failed to make the playoffs 15 times in 20 seasons? Ric Bucher investigates.
NBA teams scout the NCAA tourney, but wise general managers ignore most of March Madness to avoid mistakes in the draft.
The Warriors need help. Good thing Insider Ric Bucher is here to offer his suggestions.
Stephen Jackson says his recent frustration in Golden State should not be construed as desire to be traded
A power struggle between Warriors coach Don Nelson and vice president Chris Mullin is reminiscent of Nelson's last crash with Golden State, Ric Bucher writes.
The Warriors' successes in years' past have been little buoys in an otherwise vast sea of disappointment. But Ric Bucher checks out Nellie's squad and sees potential for building success.