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Spurned Warriors moving on to DeAndre Jordan

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08:05 AM ET 12.09 | The Warriors, after apparently losing out on Tyson Chandler, are left with a handful of Plan Bs -- none of which are locks, either. The Warriors have turned their attention elsewhere, chasing one of two restricted free agents -- the Los Angeles Clippers' center DeAndre Jordan and Memphis center Marc Gasol -- or getting into an even more expensive bidding war for Denver's Nene. ... The Warriors are hesitant to go after Nene, who is asking for $15 million. Since every indication is that Memphis will match any offer on Gasol, the Warriors are turning to Jordan. According to the Los Angeles Times, the Clippers have plans to match any offer sheet Jordan signs.

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December 9, 2011  09:30 AM ET
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For that team, a younger player might be better anywayThat being said, they shouldn't write off tc, cause, stern might block him going to ny

Cuban might step in and try to give him a deal sweeter than what NY is offering which will put him a delima. In that case whichever way he goes is fine with me. If he goes back to Dallas we're right back in the mix for CP3 in 2012... However I feel like Cuban has done irrepairable damage to the relationship they had.... I feel bad for the warriors though. They say if one door is closed another door is opened. But it seems for them all the doors are always closing on them... maybe they should offer that contact to Nene.

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December 9, 2011  10:41 AM ET

This is more like plan C

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December 9, 2011  11:38 AM ET

Santa Claus didn't deliver????

December 9, 2011  12:57 PM ET

Not gonna happen.

December 9, 2011  01:56 PM ET

wherever the Jordan kid lands he will help them more than most fans know at this point. Initially i thought the Miami Heat would go after him. That would have given them that missing piece i think that deters the fact they dont have a true point guard

December 9, 2011  02:24 PM ET
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There's your Warriors. HA HA HA HA The new "must go" destination. Well at least you've still got silicon valley... and San Francisco's severe homeless problem.

lol even be a must destination hasnt done your team to much good except for last year...and you have a vermin problem where your at as well...your probably one of the bigger rats lol

December 9, 2011  03:04 PM ET

Where's Joe Barry Carrol and Chris Washburn when you need them?

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December 9, 2011  04:44 PM ET
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NY has quite a homeless problem too. People in glass houses should not throw stones.

And if you got a glass jaw?

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