The latest news regarding the Golden State Warriors on Thursday evening:
- The Bay Area News Group's Marcus Thompson suggests the Warriors may have interest in free-agent forward Antawn Jamison this summer. He cited Jamison's closeness with new Golden State GM Bob Myers and willingness to come off the bench as reasons he could be a fit.
- Thompson also notes (via Twitter) that if the Warriors lose tonight, the likelihood of keeping their first-round pick in June's draft will come down to a coin-flip on Friday. Utah owns Golden State's pick unless it falls in the top seven slots.
- Sportando reports that journeyman center Earl Barron, released by the Warriors earlier this season, has signed a contract in Puerto Rico.