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    Getty Multiple members of the Golden State Warriors. The Golden State Warriors are winners. Fresh off of their fourth title in eight years, everything is pointing up for Golden State. Sure, they have some tricky financial decisions to make in the next year, but for right now, the Warriors are on top of the world. Stephen Curry finally won his first NBA Finals MVP, Klay Thompson returned from injury and picked up right where he left off, and Andrew Wiggins made his first All-Star game and went on to be the second-best player on a championship team (in the playoffs). But not everybody in Golden State is winning. They just wrapped up a fairly successful offseason that saw them add Donte DiVincenzo and JaMychal Green to replace lost assets, but according to Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report, there was one big-time loser for Golden State this summer – Chris Chiozza. “The Warriors sent nine players into free agency this summer. Six have since secured new NBA contracts. Another, Andre Iguodala, has a deal with the Dubs waiting for...
    Getty Juan Toscano-Anderson and Jordan Poole laugh before a game between the Golden State Warriors and the Minnesota Timberwolves. Few players have earned a spot in the collective hearts of Dub Nation like Juan Toscano-Anderson. After all, the Oakland-born baller — who was put on the hardwood path as a child by the wife of Golden State Warriors legend Al Attles — is one of the Association’s ultimate rags-to-riches tales. He reached new heights just a few, short weeks ago, too, when he became just the second Mexican-American to win an NBA championship, and he celebrated by taking the Larry O’Brien Trophy to Mexico for the first time. Alas, the 29-year-old looks to be moving on to the next phase of his hardwood journey after his storybook rise to prominence. Per a report from team insider Anthony Slater, the Warriors just made a decision that likely means his run with Stephen Curry and Co. is coming to an end.JTA Set to Become Unrestricted Free Agent Play Rooted: Juan Toscano-Anderson reunites with the teacher that changed his life |...
    Getty Chris Chiozza and Dejounte Murray battle for possession of a loose ball during a game between the Golden State Warriors and San Antonio Spurs. When you’re a two-way player battling to take your career to the next level, getting meaningful minutes in actual NBA games is everything. Alas, those minutes can be hard to come by if you’re on a good team. Such is the case for the Golden State Warriors‘ Chris Chiozza. The third-year point-man has appeared in 30 games for Golden State as of this writing, but he has only crossed the 20-minute mark on four occasions. Consequently, Chiozza has struggled to establish his rhythm as a shooter, hitting just 30.1% of his field-goal attempts for the year. Read More From Heavy Bet on the Warriors Risk-Free This Week Read More From Heavy Bet $5, Win $150 Whether Your Team Wins or Loses During March Madness On Tuesday, one fan concluded that enough was enough and decided to harass the baller via Twitter. Little did they know that he would answer the call by inviting...
    Getty Chris Chiozza, of the Golden State Warriors, attempts a shot against the Phoenix Suns during the first half of NBA game at Footprint Center on December 25, 2021 in Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE TO USER: User expressly acknowledges and agrees that, by downloading and or using this photograph, User is consenting to the terms and conditions of the Getty Images License Agreement. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images) A segment of Golden State Warriors fans are giving one of the team’s reserve guards a hard time over his play. As of late, that player has taken to Twitter and Instagram to return the favor. The latest Warriors news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Warriors newsletter here! Dubs shooting guard Chris Chiozza appeared to sarcastically wish his “haters” happy holidays via social media the day after Christmas. The post was a response to criticism about his offensive performances, which the backup shooting guard has endured from some members of Dub Nation across the last several games. I love y’all IG and Twitter haters ???????? y’all keep me entertained....
    SAN FRANCISCO — Andrew Wiggins was present for the Warriors’ first official day of training camp Tuesday, but Draymond Green’s absence continued into a second day. Green, who also missed media day Monday and was spotted at the Rams’ game in Los Angeles on Sunday, has a hall pass for now, according to coach Steve Kerr, who said the team has been in contact with Green over the past week. “He’s got an excused absence until he’s ready to come up,” Kerr said following the Warriors’ first practice of training camp. “Because of the nature of what’s going on, certain things always take precedence over basketball.” Wiggins’ vaccination status is the question of the week. If unvaccinated, he could be forced to miss every Warriors home game under San Francisco rules that take effect Oct. 13. Kerr did not have an update regarding Wiggins’ potential eligibility but said he was a full participant in practice. For now, the Warriors are preparing as if Wiggins will be their starting small forward, Kerr said. “If you tried...
    Getty Images Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers walks past Stephen Curry #30 of the Golden State Warriors. The Golden State Warriors have beefed up their backcourt with another free agent signing. The Dubs have inked point guard Chris Chiozza to a one-year contract. NBA insider Adrian Wojnarowski, of ESPN, first reported the signing on the evening of Monday, Aug. 9, 2021. Free agent G Chris Chiozza has agreed to a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors, source tells ESPN. There’s some opportunity for backup point guard minutes on Warriors roster. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) August 10, 2021 “Free agent (guard) Chris Chiozza has agreed to a one-year deal with the Golden State Warriors, source tells ESPN,” Wojnarowski tweeted. “There’s some opportunity for backup point guard minutes on Warriors roster.”Chiozza Contract Allows Warriors Flexibility Over Course of Season GettyChris Chiozza makes a pass under the basket in front of Markieff Morris at Staples Center on March 10, 2020, in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) Chiozza has appeared in 57 NBA games over...
    LAS VEGAS — The Warriors will sign free agent point guard Chris Chiozza to a one-year contract, joining the team on a two-way deal, a league source confirmed to the Bay Area News Group. Chiozza, who has spent time with the Houston Rockets, Washington Wizards and Brooklyn Nets since going undrafted out of Florida in 2018, is a 5-foot-11 guard who averaged 4.1 points and 2.7 assists in 57 career games. Last season Chiozza, 25, failed to carve out a consistent role with a Nets team loaded with backcourt options. After two seasons in Brooklyn, Chiozza will seek playing time in Golden State, where he’ll compete with other reserve guards such as Mychal Mulder and potentially Nico Mannion (currently a restricted free agent) and Gary Payton II (who on Wednesday has his contract partially guaranteed if he’s still on the roster) for minutes behind star point guard Stephen Curry. Since missing out on more proven backup point guard targets in free agency, the Warriors appear to be adding cheap, young competition to the position. As a...
    More On: brooklyn nets Nets, 76ers battling for conference supremacy Nets’ Steve Nash laments Daunte Wright shooting: ‘More senseless tragedy’ Nets turn to deep ball in matinee rout Timberwolves-Nets game rescheduled for today after postponement Brooklyn will get back Kyrie Irving – and lose a whole lot more for Wednesday night’s first-place showdown in Philadelphia. While Irving is set to return after missing Tuesday’s blowout win in Minnesota for family reasons, the Nets are going to be woefully shorthanded. Kevin Durant, James Harden, LaMarcus Aldridge, Blake Griffin, Spencer Dinwiddie, Tyler Johnson and now Chris Chiozza will all be inactive, leaving the Nets with just 10 players. Durant has been protected from playing back-to-backs, and this became one when Monday’s Minnesota game was rescheduled in the wake of Daunte Wright’s killing Sunday at the hands of a police officer in Brooklyn Center, a Minneapolis suburb. Durant logged 27:10 Tuesday in a 30-point blowout win. “We’ll assess Kevin (Wednesday) morning,” Steve Nash had said at the time. “It’s a tricky balance because he needs to play a certain amount of minutes...
    The Nets lost a primary ball-handler when Spencer Dinwiddie partially tore his ACL in Sunday’s loss to the Hornets.  As a result, Chris Chiozza seemed to jump ahead of both Bruce Brown and Tyler Johnson in coach Steve Nash’s rotation. Considering he is a natural point guard, Chiozza is likely seen as more of a fit for the role than the others.  In his season debut against the Grizzlies on Monday, Chiozza went 5-for-14 from the floor with three 3-pointers to tie his career-high with 14 points. He helped anchor the Nets’ second unit, which was without Caris LeVert because he was promoted to starter with Kyrie Irving sitting out the second night of a back-to-back.  “Cheese gave us another ball-handler tonight,” Nash said after Monday’s loss. “Without Spencer and Ky, heavy [load] on Caris handling the ball. They were trying to take him away and deny it full court, so Cheese really helped, not only to handle the ball, but he made some plays and scored for us.”  Brown and Johnson haven’t logged any minutes in the past...
    More On: brooklyn nets Bubble standout seizes latest opportunity for shorthanded Nets Nets stars sitting wasn’t a package deal Nets fall in OT with superstars resting NBA star taken off court in wheelchair after scary injury The Nets lost a primary ball-handler when Spencer Dinwiddie partially tore his ACL in Sunday’s loss to the Hornets.  As a result, Chris Chiozza seemed to jump ahead of both Bruce Brown and Tyler Johnson in coach Steve Nash’s rotation. Considering he is a natural point guard, Chiozza is likely seen as more of a fit for the role than the others.  In his season debut against the Grizzlies on Monday, Chiozza went 5-for-14 from the floor with three 3-pointers to tie his career-high with 14 points. He helped anchor the Nets’ second unit, which was without Caris LeVert because he was promoted to starter with Kyrie Irving sitting out the second night of a back-to-back.  “Cheese gave us another ball-handler tonight,” Nash said after Monday’s loss. “Without Spencer and Ky, heavy [load] on Caris handling the ball. They were trying to take...
    The Nets heard all the jokes and laughter, predictions they’d be among the worst teams in the restart. And they took it to heart. It just made the chip on their collective shoulders grow bigger and bigger. “Most definitely. Everybody was laughing at us saying the Nets were going to look like this and seeing things all over the internet saying we weren’t going to do this,” Jeremiah Martin said. “So we just take that every day, every practice, keeping that chip on our shoulder, proving everybody wrong and showing everybody who we are.” Their latest proof was a 108-96 win over Orlando to improve to 5-2 in the restart. They got game-highs of 24 points from both Martin and Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot to lead a balanced attack with six scorers in double-figures. Dzanan Musa had 17 points and six assists, both career highs. And Chris Chiozza added five assists, a career-high four steals and no turnovers before leaving with an adductor injury. The Nets have surprised everyone during the NBA bubble restart.NBAE via Getty Images The Nets reeled off 16...
    Jamal Crawford is the oldest player in the Orlando bubble — so old he can remember Isiah Thomas running the Knicks. At age 40, the new Nets signee will add leadership, versatility, shotmaking — and maybe some point-guard play. Remember, this depleted Nets squad is likely to start two-way man Chris Chiozza at point guard, when the restart begins July 31 versus the Magic. The Nets are Crawford’s ninth team. “The Knicks were one of my favorite places to play — just the energy of the New York fans in general is amazing,’’ Crawford told The Post in an email. “I’m sure with the Nets, that energy is amazing as well. The fans in that area are so passionate, and so knowledgeable.” Orlando is a long way from Brooklyn and the gyms will be empty. But if Crawford lights up Disney World, the former Knicks combo guard could find his way onto the Nets’ roster next season — when Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert are back to vie for an NBA title. “My wife changed my...
    Jamal Crawford is the oldest player in the Orlando bubble — so old he can remember Isiah Thomas running the Knicks. At age 40, the new Nets signee will add leadership, versatility, shotmaking — and maybe some point-guard play. Remember, this depleted Nets squad is likely to start two-way man Chris Chiozza at point guard, when the restart begins July 31 versus the Magic. The Nets are Crawford’s ninth team. “The Knicks were one of my favorite places to play — just the energy of the New York fans in general is amazing,’’ Crawford told The Post in an email. “I’m sure with the Nets, that energy is amazing as well. The fans in that area are so passionate, and so knowledgeable.” Orlando is a long way from Brooklyn and the gyms will be empty. But if Crawford lights up Disney World, the former Knicks combo guard could find his way onto the Nets’ roster next season — when Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving, Spencer Dinwiddie and Caris LeVert are back to vie for an NBA title. “My wife changed my...
    NBA stars have been sharing pictures of the grim meals being handed out at Disney World as the season prepares to restart. Players from the world of American basketball and the MLS are slowly but surely descending on Orlando in their "lockdown bubble". 5Chris Chiozza was left thoroughly underwhelmed by his beige dinner 5Chris Chiozza was anything but thrilled by the lockdown bubble menuCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Troy Daniels was hardly thrilled by his lockdown menu 5Troy Daniels and the Denver Nuggets have now arrived in OrlandoCredit: Getty Images - Getty The 22 NBA teams still in playoff contention arrive between Tuesday and Friday, with tip-off scheduled for July 31. But their catering certainly leaves a lot to be desired - especially for the some of the NBA's 20-stone stars. Denver Nuggets shooting guard Troy Daniels and the Brooklyn Nets' Chris Chiozza shared shocking images of their "meals". With the average NBA player standing at 6ft 7in and weighing around 16 stone, they're used to consuming thousands of calories per day in the form of lean protein, healthy greens...
    Inspite of owning examined beneficial for COVID-19, Spencer Dinwiddie hasn’t presented up hope of joining the Nets for the NBA restart. He’s gradually recovering from the virus and getting measures toward finding on the courtroom. “Day 10 update: The sinus tension head aches when I get up are starting off to subside. But I was a lil much too bullish on the bike,” Dinwiddie shared on Twitter, together with an emoji that was sweating but still smiling. “Got dizzy and felt weak smh. But if I can get a damaging examination tomorrow then they’re gonna get me back on court docket Tuesday.” The Nets announced previous Sunday that both Dinwiddie and DeAndre Jordan experienced tested beneficial, with Jordan having ruled himself out of the NBA restart in Disney. The Nets will include a replacement player for Jordan, but GM Sean Marks reported Dinwiddie is on the travel social gathering checklist. The Nets head to Orlando on Tuesday and enter quarantine in Disney. Dinwiddie would be required by the NBA to have two adverse tests before he could even vacation....
    Despite having tested positive for COVID-19, Spencer Dinwiddie hasn’t given up hope of joining the Nets for the NBA restart. He’s slowly recovering from the virus and taking steps toward getting on the court. “Day 10 update: The sinus pressure headaches when I get up are starting to subside. But I was a lil too bullish on the bike,” Dinwiddie shared on Twitter, along with an emoji that was sweating but still smiling. “Got dizzy and felt weak smh. But if I can get a negative test tomorrow then they’re gonna get me back on court Tuesday.” The Nets announced last Sunday that both Dinwiddie and DeAndre Jordan had tested positive, with Jordan having ruled himself out of the NBA restart in Disney. The Nets will add a replacement player for Jordan, but GM Sean Marks said Dinwiddie is on the travel party list. The Nets head to Orlando on Tuesday and enter quarantine in Disney. Dinwiddie would be required by the NBA to have two negative tests before he could even travel. His hope is to be able...
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