NBA: Stephen Curry Optimistic He Will Re-Sign With Warriors in Free Agency

If there was any doubt that Stephen Curry would re-sign with the Golden State Warriors, he put that to bed during media day.  The sharpshooter made it clear that he intends to stay with the western conference champions.  With all these big contracts recently signed, it’s been pointed out over and over again that Curry’s contract was significantly less considering his talent, but that contract was signed long ago before the MVPs when his ankle was still fragile.  The Warriors have a chance now to make that up and there’s no doubt that they will.

(Photos) Sports: NFL Players Are Mad They Didn’t Play In The NBA After The First Day Of Free Agency

With so many NBA players cashing in yesterday and the rest of this week for that matter, it’s easy to be envious of the money being thrown at them. About $1.7 billion dollars were committed yesterday alone to free agents with the majority of them being overpaid considering their output on the court. You had the record breaking contract of Mike Conley for five years/$153 million, which makes him the highest paid player in league history but there was much more spending going on than that. NFL players took notice and couldn’t help but feel a certain way seeing as they put their bodies on the line and make much less than their NBA counterparts. Some of them expressed themselves on twitter while all the deals were going down. It’s much easier to pay 12-15 guys on an NBA roster than it is to pay 53-60 players on an NFL team. Check the gallery to see how they were feeling.

NBA: First Two Teams Secure Free Agency Meeting With Dwight Howard

Kevin Durant is the biggest free agent available but there are other big names for the taking.  For instance, Dwight Howard is available AGAIN.  We’re far from the days of Dwightmare due to injuries and his lowered production but teams are still on the hunt for a big man and sources say he will meet with up to five.  Now we have the first two.

NBA Report: Kevin Durant Has 6 Teams on List of Free Agency Meetings & Is Considering One More

It’s almost time for Kevin Durant to make the biggest decision of his career and he has added three more teams to his list of meetings in free agency.

NBA Report: Warriors Very Interested in Signing Dirk Nowitzki in Free Agency

The main story in free agency is Kevin Durant, and although the Golden State Warriors are very interested in him, they also have their eyes set on Dirk Nowitzki.

NBA Report: Kevin Durant Holding Free Agency Meetings in LA; Interested in Warriors

The Golden State Warriors lost the NBA championship to the Cleveland Cavaliers but are ready to move on and build for a crack at it next season.  While most considered the Warriors to be a complete team with no needs, them losing to the Cavaliers suddenly changed things; now Kevin Durant makes perfect sense.  Durant becomes a free agent July 1st and has decided to hold meetings in Los Angeles instead of New York.  The Warriors are reportedly his most intriguing option should he decide to leave the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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