Devastating injuries to Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson marred the NBA Finals, and the Warriors now enter one of the toughest offseasons the organization has ever had to navigate. The Warriors are set to move into a lavish new arena in San Francisco at the start of next season, and but coach Steve Kerr said Friday that Golden State will have a very different look for the 2019-20 season.
Klay Thompson, who suffered an ACL tear in Game 6 on Thursday, will become an unrestricted free agent at the end of the month. Kevin Durant, who tore his Achilles in Game 5, has the ability to opt out of the final year of his Warriors contract and become a free agent – but he’ll be out for the entirety of the next season.
It has been reported by ESPN’s Brian Windhorst that the Warriors will offer max contracts to both Durant and Thompson. While Durant’s plans are unknown, Thompson will be back with the Warriors next season, according to his dad, two-time NBA champion Mychal Thompson. Thompson told the San Francisco Chronicle’s Connor Letourneau that there is “no question” that his son will re-sign with the Warriors this summer.
Newcastle United have approached player – And price looking pretty reasonable
Tuesday July 30, 2019
It looks like Newcastle United won’t have much of a hard job in case they try to sign Marrony from Vasco da Gama. Since it’s been claimed that Steve Nickson watched and approved the player, some Brazilian outlets have been reporting how much the Rio de Janeiro side want to sell him for. First, journalist […]
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Just spoke with Klay Thompson's father, Mychal, who said there's "no question" Klay will re-sign with the Warriors. Golden State is expected to still offer him a full five-year maximum deal.
— Connor Letourneau (@Con_Chron) June 14, 2019
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If Durant and Thompson both remain in Golden State, the biggest question is how much money will Warriors ownership be willing to spend to replenish the roster, given that the Warriors would be down two superstars for the majority of the year.
Draymond Green has one year remaining on his contract, but if Golden State signs Durant and Thompson to max deals, the Warriors could be on the hook for a projected $175 million tax payment, according to Warriors Wire. The Warriors have been willing to pay luxury tax in the past, but such a bill would be triple what the team paid in luxury tax this season.
Warriors owner Joe Lacob, however, has said that money isn’t an issue, and the team will pay players “what they deserve.”
Via The Athletic:
“We can do whatever we want (financially). And you should expect that that’s not going to be a reason this team … doesn’t stay great going forward. We have the capital to pay our players what they deserve. And we will.”
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Manchester United have contracted La Liga striker’s entourage – Player wants transfer
Tuesday July 30, 2019
Should Manchester United sell Romelu Lukaku this summer, a prospect which is now looking likely again, then there’s probably some disagreement among fans whether signing a replacement is the next priority. Marcus Rashford is likely to be first choice striker, and Anthony Martial will probably be looking at a more central role long-term, then there’s Mason Greenwood, […]
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