Photo by Juan Ocampo/NBAE via Getty Images The Athletic’s Anthony Slater says the duo will be available to play against the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday. The Golden State Warriors are re-calling a pair of players from the G League. Anthony Slater of The Athletic says the Dubs are bringing back Nico Mannion and Jordan Poole. The Warriors are expected to recall … [Read more...] about Report: Warriors recalling Nico Mannion and Jordan Poole from G League
Photo by Chris Marion/NBAE via Getty Images The G League stars are headed home. The Golden State Warriors are getting some backcourt reinforcements before facing Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers on Wednesday night. Per the Warriors PR department, the Dubs are recalling guards Jordan Poole and Nico Mannion from the G League bubble, where the two have been … [Read more...] about Warriors recall Jordan Poole and Nico Mannion
Photo by Thearon W. Henderson/Getty Images We all know what we want. It might not be what we get. We all know the drill by now. It’s been repeated by every San Francisco Giants publication, podcast, broadcast, and social media platform over and over. Brandon Belt will be a free agent after this season. Brandon Crawford will be a free agent after this season. And Buster … [Read more...] about Will Buster and the Brandons be back?
Welcome, Matts! | Photo by Michael Zagaris/Oakland Athletics/Getty Images A’s win 13-5 There’s a new rule in spring training this year, allowing teams to end an inning after their pitcher has thrown at least 20 pitches. It’s not exactly a mercy rule, as it doesn’t require any runs be scored, but it sort of works out the same way. The Oakland A’s hit so well on Monday in … [Read more...] about Spring Game #2: A’s hit so well that Reds invoke mercy rule twice
From the moment J.J. Watt was released by the Texans, he became a hot commodity. Not surprising for the three-time Defensive Player of the Year. Even approaching 32 years of age, he’s still considered one of the best in the NFL, so naturally, a lot of teams were vying for his services. And the winner is … the Arizona Cardinals. Watt himself announced it on Twitter. source: me. … [Read more...] about Cardinals come out of nowhere to win JJ Watt free agent sweepstakes
Last week the Raiders made the expected move of officially releasing wide receiver Tyrell Williams. He missed all of last season with injury and was set to make over $11 million this coming season; money the Raiders can certainly use. Today, the first major free agent list of NFL free agents was put out since Williams entered the market. NFL.com released their Top 101 Free … [Read more...] about Former Raiders WR Tyrell Williams shows up among NFL.com Top 101 free agents
On Monday, the Raiders made some roster moves. They waive LB Ukeme Eligwa and De Jeremia Valoaga and released DB DJ Killings. If you’re wondering what they have in common, look no further than the COVID-19 reserve/opt-out list from 2020. They went on the list last year and now all three have been cut. We have waived LB Ukeme Eligwe and DE Jeremiah Valoaga and released DB D.J. … [Read more...] about Raiders cut all three players who went on COVID-19 reserve/opt-out list
Reviewing some of the talented and accomplished minority coaches from Walsh's coaching universe. … [Read more...] about A Look Into the History and Diversity of Bill Walsh's Coaching Tree
Photo by Nhat V. Meyer/MediaNews Group/The Mercury News via Getty Images A few are available. Is a reunion in the works? No. Oh, sorry, were you expecting an actual article, with a lead-in, body, and conclusion? OK, I can do that too. I guess. There’s been a lot of talk about the Golden State Warriors adding some reinforcements to their roster. Those talks have calmed … [Read more...] about Will the Warriors reunite with any of their former players?