Your network for multiple sports and entertainment

High School Bounce

2019-2020 High School Bounce

Check back in the coming weeks for game schedules and times.

Click Here for Game

Click here for season schedule and archived games.

What We Cover

Today is

February 2020
« Jan    

Posts Tagged ‘Golden State Warriors.’

From TV analyst to Warriors head coach for Mark Jackson


Mark Jackson (file photo)

Mark Jackson has decided to go from TV analyst to become head coach of the Golden State Warriors.

Jackson takes over for Keith Smart, who was fired after the regular season.

Jackson played for seven teams in 17 years in the NBA: New York, Los Angeles Clippers, Indiana, Denver, Toronto, Utah and Houston. He scored 12,489 points, 10,334 assists and 1,608 steals.

Jackson, a former point guard who is 46, has no coaching experience.

He has been the lead analyst for ESPN and ABC’s NBA coverage. He will continue with TV until the end of the NBA Finals.


Info courtesy of NBA & Golden State Warriors

NBA’s sportsmanship award goes to Golden State’s Curry


Golden State Warriors star Stephen Curry has been named the Joe Dumars Trophy presented annually to the NBA player who best exemplifies sportsmanship.

Out of a possible 347 first-place votes, Curry received 88 from his fellow players. Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls was second with 84 and Portland’s LaMarcus Aldridge was third with 56.

Stephen Curry in March 2011 (photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Each team nominates one player for the award, and a panel of former players select six divisional winners. The other nominees were D.J. Augustin of Charlotte, Deron Williams of New Jersey and George Hill of San Antonio.

The NBA will donate $5,000 on behalf of each player to a charity of their choice. However, with Curry being names the winner, the league will donate $10,000 on behalf of him to Habitat for Humanity East Bay, which builds affordable homes for families.


Info courtesy of the NBA & Golden State Warriors news

Edwards, Rodman among 12 finalists for Basketball Hall of Fame

Teresa Edwards (file photo)

Five-time Olympian and WBNA star Teresa Edwards and Dennis Rodman are among 12 finalists for induction into the Basketball Hall of Fame.

Edwards also played in the now-defunct ABL; Rodman was a solid rebounder and defender who won five NBA titles with Chicago and Detroit.

Jamal Wilkes won four titles with Golden State and the Los Angeles Lakers after starring at UCLA as Keith Wilkes.

Tex Winter was the architect of the triangle and triple-post offense.

The other finalists are former NBA stars Maurice Cheeks, Chris Mullin and Ralph Sampson; former Ohio State and current Stanford women’s coach Tara VanDerveer, former NBA coach Dick Motta, Philadelphia University coach Herb Magee, college referee Hank Nichols and Al Attles, a former player-coach and the vice president of the Golden State Warriors.

compiled from staff & Basketball Hall of Fame news

Number 1 Duke easily beats Miami University

Seth Curry (courtesy of Duke Sports Information)

Seth Curry scored 17 points and the Duke Blue Devils (2-0) routed the Miami RedHawks in the second round of the CBE Classic. Curry is the younger brother of Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry and the son of former NBA star Dell Curry.

Nick Winbush scored 14 points for Miami University, who lost their 15th straight game against ranked opponents.

compiled from staff, Duke University & Miami University news

Stephen Curry has contract extended by Warriors

The Golden State Warriors have exercised their third-year contract option on Stephen Curry for their 2011-2012 season.

The 2nd-year guard was last season’s runner-up for the NBA Rookie of the Year.

Steven Curry (NBA)

Curry, who is 22, averaged 17.5 points, 5.9 assists, 4.5 rebounds and 1.90 steals in 80 games in 2009-2010. He played 36.2 minutes per game and was a unanimous pick for the All-Rookie First Team.

The first two years of Curry’s contract as a first-round draft pick were guaranteed, while his third and fourth years were at a team option. Curry, the son of former NBA star Dell Curry, was chosen seventh overall in the 2009 NBA draft by the Golden State Warriors.

compiled from staff, NBA & Golden State Warriors news

 Page 3 of 4 « 1  2  3  4 »