Klay Thompson

Klay Thompson staying home, Jimmy Butler-to-Miami gets done

By The Associated PressKlay Thompson is staying home with Golden State. Jimmy Butler finally has a new home in Miami.
And the wait continues for Kawhi Leonard.
Thompson announced his decision to stay with the Golden State Warriors for $190 million over the next five years, meaning the five-time reigning Western Conference champions have their 'Splash Brothers' backcourt of Thompson and Stephen Curry locked up long-term.Read more on NewsOK.com

Warriors’ GM to visit with Durant, Thompson

Warriors' GM to visit with Durant, Thompson
Golden State general manager Bob Myers plans to meet with both Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson ahead of the start of free agency this weekend.
"Yes," Myers answered succinctly Monday when asked about sit-downs with both free agents, each injured for the runner-up Warriors during the NBA Finals and expected to miss at least most of next season.
Is Myers optimistic about having productive conversations with the two stars?
"We'll see," he said.
Meanwhile, two playoff teams apparently have dropped out of the race to sign Durant out of concerns about his ruptured Achilles tendon.
Both the Los Angeles Clippers and Philadelphia 76ers have backed off on pursuing Durant, an NBA executive told the Bleacher Report.
Hawks, Blazers swap players
The Atlanta Hawks have moved on from their longest-tenure player by sending veteran guard Kent Bazemore to the Trail Blazers for Evan Turner on Monday.
Bazemore is about to enter the final year of his contract that will pay him $19.3 million.Read more on NewsOK.com