Steph Curry will be a guest during ManningCast for Rams vs. 49ers Monday Night Football

Steph Curry will join Peyton and Eli Manning for ManningCast during Rams vs. 49ers on Monday Night Football.

Before the Golden State Warriors open the regular season on Oct. 14, the San Francisco 49ers are the center of the Bay Area sports world.

On Monday night, the 49ers will host the defending champion Los Angeles Rams for a rematch of the NFC Championship for Monday Night Football. During the game, a member of the Warriors will be featured in a special broadcast for Monday Night Football on ESPN.

Steph Curry is set to join Peyton and Eli Manning for the game’s alternate broadcast, “ManningCast.” Curry will follow Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Jalen Hurts. Actor Jon Hamm will be the final guest on the ManningCast during the game.

Via @OmahaProd on Twitter:

Monday Night Football between the Rams and 49ers is set to kick off at 5:25 p.m. at Santa Clara’s Levi’s Stadium.

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Warriors waive Mac McClung and Trevion Williams

After waiving Mac McClung and Trevion Williams, the Warriors will reportedly add Ty Jerome to a training camp contract.

After two preseason games and a trip to Japan, the Golden State Warriors are making some changes to their training camp roster.

On Monday, the team announced they would waive guard Mac McClung and Trevion Williams.

On Saturday at Saitama Super Arena in Japan, McClung tallied nine points on 4-of-6 shooting from the field with two rebounds, two assists and two steals in 12 minutes. All of McClung’s points came in the fourth quarter of Golden State’s 104-95 win. McClung didn’t record a minute in the Warriors’ preseason opener on Friday.

Williams notched two points on 1-of-3 shooting from the floor with six rebounds and two assists in nine minutes off the bench against the Wizards on Saturday. The undrafted rookie free agent out of Purdue played three minutes on Friday against the Wizards, hitting a single 3-pointer for three points.

Via @WarriorsPR on Twitter:

After waiving McClung and Williams, the Warriors are planning to sign Ty Jerome, per Shams Charania of The Athletic.

Via @ShamsCharania on Twitter:

Jerome was recently waived by the Houston Rockets after being traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder. During his three-year career, Jerome has averaged 7.1 points on 37.8% shooting from the floor with 2.3 assists and 1.6 rebounds per contest.

Jerome will get the chance to compete for the Warriors’ 15th and final roster spot with three preseason games remaining before the regular season tips off.

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Steph Curry joining PGA Tour 2K23 as playable character

Steph Curry will be featured as a playable character in the upcoming PGA Tour 2K23 video game.

After using Steph Curry and the Golden State Warriors in NBA 2K23, you will soon be able to use the reigning NBA Finals Most Valuable Player in another upcoming video game.

On Monday, PGA Tour 2K23 announced Curry as a playable character in their new edition of the famous golf video game.

Curry will join an already stacked roster of playable characters in PGA Tour 2K23. Tiger Woods, Justin Thomas, Rickie Fowler, Collin Morikawa, Tony Finau, Will Zalatoris and Jon Rahm. NBA legend and golf enthusiast Michael Jordan will also be available as a character with a special edition bonus pack.

Via @PGATOUR2K on Twitter:

Along with competing in “The Match,” Curry has participated in nine American Century Championship tournaments at Edgewood Golf Course in Lake Tahoe. Curry has finished in the top-10 of the celebrity golf tournament multiple times, finishing as high as fourth. Curry finished in 16th in the 2022 edition of the tournament.

PGA Tour 2K23 is currently available for pre-order, with a release date set for October 14.

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Watch: James Wiseman knocks down 3-pointer in preseason contest vs. Wizards in Japan

During the Warriors’ second preseason contest against the Wizards in Japan, James Wiseman showed off his jumper from beyond the arc.

During the Golden State Warriors preseason opener against the Washington Wizards in Japan, it was the James Wiseman show. The third-year center led the Warriors to a victory with 20 points in 24 minutes off the bench in an impressive performance. 

On Saturday, Wiseman and the Warriors were back on the floor against the Wizards at Saitama Super Arena in Japan. In his second preseason game, Wiseman tallied eight points on 2-of-7 shooting from the floor with three boards and a block in 18 minutes against the Wizards. 

In the second quarter, Wiseman had the opportunity to show off his jumper. With 8:53 remaining in the first half, JaMychal Green swung a pass to an open Wiseman on the wing. Producing his best Splash Brothers impression, the 7-footer buried the open jumper from beyond the arc. 

Via @NBCSWarriors on Twitter: 

Behind 17 points from Steph Curry and double-figure scoring performances from Andrew Wiggins, Patrick Baldwin Jr. and Moses Moody, the Warriors pulled away to their second straight victory over the Wizards, 104-95. 

Following their pair of wins in Japan, the Warriors will return to the Bay Area for three more preseason contests at Chase Center before starting the 2022-23 regular season.

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Report: Ty Jerome in talks with Warriors for training camp deal

The Warriors are reportedly in talks with Ty Jerome for a training camp deal.

Although training camp is underway, the Golden State Warriors might not be done adding to their roster.

According to Anthony Slater of The Athletic, the Warriors are in talks with guard Ty Jerome for a training camp deal. The Houston Rockets recently acquired Jerome in an eight-player deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Following the trade, Jerome was waived by the Rockets.

Via @anthonyVslater on Twitter:

Since being drafted by the Philadelphia 76ers with the No. 24 overall pick in the 2019 draft out of Virginia, Jerome has played one season with the Phoenix Suns and two seasons with the Thunder.

During his three-year career, the 25-year-old is averaging 7.1 points on 37.8% shooting from the floor with 2.3 assists and 1.6 rebounds per contest.

If Jerome lands with the Warriors, he will have the opportunity to compete against other training camp invites like Mac McClung, Jerome Robinson, Trevion Williams and Pat Spencer.

Following two preseason games in Japan, the Warriors will return to the Bay Area for three more preseason games at Chase Center and the remainder of training camp. Golden State is set to open the season up against the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 18 in San Francisco.

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Warriors vs. Wizards: Steph Curry drops 17 points in preseason win at NBA Japan Games

Steph Curry helped lead the Warriors to their second preseason win with 17 first half points against the Wizards in Japan.

Before the Golden State Warriors return home to the Bay Area for the remainder of training camp, they had a preseason rematch against the Washington Wizards at Saitama Super Arena in Japan on Saturday evening. 

After a victory in the preseason opener against the Wizards, the Warriors went right back to business on Saturday. Steph Curry got the Warriors going with 17 points on 7-of-13 shooting from the field with three triples, five boards and two assists in the first half. 

Via @warriors on Twitter:

After Curry’s night was over in the first half, Moses Moody and rookie Patrick Baldwin Jr. took over off the bench. 

Moody and Baldwin each tallied double-figure scoring performances for the Warriors. Moody tallied 12 points on 5-of-10 shooting from the floor with two 3-pointers and two assists in 25 minutes. 

Baldwin Jr. played 17 minutes, scoring 12 points on 4-of-6 shooting from the field with six rebounds, an assist and a steal. In his second preseason appearance, Baldwin Jr. showed off his smooth jumper, hitting four triples on five attempts from deep. 

Mac McClung scored nine points on 4-of-6 shooting in the fourth quarter to help the Warriors seal their second straight win over the Wizards in the preseason, 104-95.

Via @NBA on Twitter:

Following two wins in Japan, the Warriors will return to San Francisco for three more preseason games before opening night against the Los Angeles Lakers on Oct. 14.

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Steph Curry, Klay Thompson win NBA Japan Games 3-point shooting contest

The Splash Brothers put on a show at the NBA Japan Games 3-point shooting contest.

After winning their preseason opener on Friday, the Golden State Warriors have one more game against the Washington Wizards on Saturday in Japan before returning back to the Bay Area.

Prior to their contest on Saturday night, Saitama Super Arena hosted a 3-point shooting competition featuring four members of the Warriors. The Splash Brothers teamed up against Jordan Poole and Moses Moody.

As expected, the duo of Steph Curry and Klay Thompson cruised to a victory in Japan. Curry started off hot, drilling his signature no-look jumper on the first rack. Thompson then clinched the victory for the Splash Brothers with two racks to spare.

Via @NBA on Twitter:

Via @NBCSWarriors on Twitter:

Following the 3-point contest, the Warriors will meet the Wizards for a preseason rematch in Japan at 10 p.m. PT on Saturday night.

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Rookie Report: Patrick Baldwin Jr., Ryan Rollins debut in preseason opener vs. Wizards

In the Warriors’ preseason opener against the Wizards, rookies Patrick Baldwin Jr. and Ryan Rollins made their debuts.

Along with the official start of the preseason, the Golden State Warriors contest against the Washington Wizards on Friday marked the debut of two rookies in blue and gold.

For the first time since being drafted in June, Patrick Baldwin Jr. and Ryan Rollins played alongside their new teammates with the Warriors. Both Baldwin Jr. and Rollins were absent from the Calfornia Classic and the Las Vegas Summer League due to injuries.

On Friday morning in Japan, the pair of rookies debuted for the Golden State Warriors.

The No. 28 overall pick played eight minutes off the bench, scoring seven points on 2-of-4 shooting from the field. Baldwin Jr. added one rebound against the Wizards.

Via @anthonyVslater on Twitter:

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Rollins added eight points on 1-of-8 shooting from the field with four boards and an assist in 11 minutes. The Tulsa product did most of his damage at the free throw line, cashing in all six of his attempts from the stripe.

In Golden State’s rematch against the Wizards on Saturday evening, both Baldwin Jr. and Rollins will likely be back on the floor for more preseason work at Saitama Super Arena in Japan.

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NBA Twitter reacts to James Wiseman’s impressive performance in preseason opener vs. Wizards

Following James Wiseman’s 20 point performance in the Warriors’ preseason opener against the Wizards, NBA Twitter chimed in with a flurry of reactions.

At 3 a.m. PT on Friday, the Golden State Warriors opened up the 2022 NBA preseason with a contest against the Washington Wizards at Saitama Super Arena in Japan. 

While All-Star caliber players like Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Bradley Beal and Andrew Wiggins suited up, it was third-year center James Wiseman who stole the show. 

After missing a chunk of his rookie season and all of his second year in the association due to a knee injury, Wiseman impressed in his return to the court in the preseason opener. The former No. 2 overall pick tallied 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting from the field with eight boards, an assist and a block in 24 minutes off the bench.

Behind Wiseman, the Warriors sealed a 96-87 victory over the Wizards on Friday to start the preseason. 

Following Wiseman’s impressive performance against the Wizards, the NBA community on Twitter chimed in with a flurry of reactions. Here’s a look at what fans and analysts were saying about Wiseman and the Warriors on Friday.

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James Wiseman leads Warriors with 20 points in preseason win vs. Wizards in Japan

In the Warriors’ 96-87 victory over the Wizards in the preseason opener in Japan, James Wiseman led the way with 20 points and eight boards.

In the Golden State Warriors preseason opener against the Washington Wizards in Japan on Friday morning, James Wiseman checked several boxes in an impressive performance. 

After playing only 39 games in his rookie campaign and missing all of his second season due to a knee injury, the 2020 No. 2 overall pick returned to the court on Friday for the Warriors’ preseason contest against the Wizards.

In 24 minutes off the bench, Wiseman led the team with a game-high 20 points on 8-of-11 shooting from the field in Golden State’s 96-87 preseason victory over Washington at Saitama Super Arena. Wiseman added eight boards, an assist and a block against the Wizards.

Via @anthonyVslater on Twitter:

Golden State newcomer Donte DiVincenzo added nine points on 3-of-4 shooting from the field with a pair of 3-pointers, seven rebounds and two assists in 17 minutes off the bench. 

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In a 13-minute appearance in the first half, Steph Curry tallied six points on 1-of-7 shooting from the floor with one triple, three rebounds and two assists to start the preseason. 

Both rookies Patrick Baldwin Jr. and Ryan Rollins made their preseason debuts against the Wizards. Rollings tallied eight points on 1-of-5 shooting with two rebounds and an assist in 11 minutes. Baldwin Jr. added seven points on 2-of-3 shooting from the floor with a rebound in eight minutes. 

Following their victory in the preseason opener on Friday, the Warriors will be back on the court in Japan on Saturday for a rematch against the Wizards at 10 p.m. PT. 

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