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In the late hours of Wednesday night, ESPN released a report that would send waves through the NBA.
According to Steve Kerr, Golden State is primed to be even better than the championship squad of last season.
Myers wasn't referring just to the shiny 2017 Larry O'brien Championship Trophy that stood on stage just a few feet in front of him.
Sitting next to Warriors GM Bob Myers, freshly drafted rookie Jordan Bell wore a grey suit with multicolored stripes.
But for the second consecutive year, Golden State walked away with their guy after trading cash for the rights to another NBA prospect.
Not 48 hours after winning his first NBA championship, Kevin Durant was ushered away from his end-of-season media session.
Even seated next to Kevin Durant Thursday, Warriors GM Bob Myers was in disbelief.
The world caught its first glimpse of Kevin Durant against a Golden State backdrop Thursday.
The 2015-16 NBA season is over, and along with it, Golden State's aspirations of being included among the best teams of all time.
Stephen Curry's record 403 three-pointers helped earn the 28-year-old the unprecedented honor.
Draymond Green became a restricted free agent this offseason, but wrapped up a deal quickly with the Warriors.
Draymond Green sprayed champagne while Steve Kerr sarcastically took sole credit for the NBA title.
It's been a relatively uneventful offseason for the Warriors and their goals for the preseason are clear.
Draft Day came and went as the pickless Warriors stayed silent and looked toward the future.
OAKLAND — Unlikely. That was the word of the day during Bob Myers pre-draft press conference Friday.
Warriors GM Bob Myers told SFBay Mark Jackson was 'surprised' by his firing.
Mark Jackson's three seasons with the Warriors crashed to an end Tuesday.
Second-year general manager Bob Myers knows how fragile — and important — team chemistry is.
Here are ten reasons why Warriors GM Bob Myers should be the frontrunner for NBA Executive of the Year.
Bob Myers has had the job for just a few months, but he's learning what he can and can't say to the media.
37-year-old Bob Myers — a former player agent with just one year of front office experience — has completed his quick ascent to general manager.