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Kerr on Opener Loss: ‘I didn’t have them ready to play’

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It was an inauspicious start, about as bad a beginning as a team could have. Fans thronged to Oracle Arena in anticipation of a party, a carnival to ring in a new, glorious era, or at the very least make them forget the last time a meaningful game happened in these haunts. Instead, the Golden State Warriors got demolished by an older, staid operation, losing to the San Antonio Spurs 129-100 on Tuesday night.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr shouldered some blame.

“I didn’t have them ready to play, obviously,” he said. “We came out of the blocks, we missed some easy shots, but I never worry about missed shots, it’s more about loose balls and a second or third effort.”

Source: Ethan Sherwood Strauss of ESPN

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2018 NBA Draft Diary

Sources: Dennis Schröder Available In Trade Talks From Hawks

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Atlanta is said to be conflicted about Luka Doncic, and while they do have interest in Trae Young, they likely won’t select him unless they’re able to find a suitable trade. The situation is complicated by Dennis Schröder, who the team has made available in trade talks

He has been difficult for the Hawks to deal due to concerns about his attitude and the $46 million remaining on his contract through 2021.

Source: Jeremy Woo of Sports Illustrated

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76ers to Workout Kevin Knox, Zhaire Smith for Second Time

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SCHEDULED PARTICIPANTS:

11:00 A.M. Group Workout:

G-F B.J. Johnson (La Salle)

G De’Anthony Melton (USC)

G Tyler Nelson (Fairfield)

G Malik Newman (Kansas)

G Landry Shamet (Wichita State)

G Zhaire Smith (Texas Tech)

 

1:00 P.M. Workout:

F Kevin Knox (Kentucky)

Source: Philadelphia 76ers

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Sources: Jamal Crawford Declines Player Option with Timberwolves

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Minnesota Timberwolves guard Jamal Crawford has declined his $4.5 million player option for next season and will become a free agent, league sources told Yahoo Sports.

Crawford, a three-time Sixth Man of the Year, will become one of the top reserve scorers on the open market after facing Monday’s deadline to decide on his option.

In his 18th NBA season, Crawford averaged 10.3 points and 20.7 minutes in 80 contests, marking his 16th consecutive year that he scored in double figures per game. He joined the Timberwolves on a two-year contract last offseason and served as a veteran leader for the franchise’s first playoff season since 2004.

Source: Shams Charania of Yahoo Sports

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