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    Getty Juan Toscano-Anderson and Stephen Curry of the Golden State Warriors during a game against the Dallas Mavericks. Juan Toscano-Anderson has shown time and time again through his brief professional career so far that he is as diverse as they come. One day, the Golden State Warriors role player can be trash-talking LeBron James and the next day,...
    Warriors forward Juan Toscano-Anderson has been named a finalist for the NBA’s Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Social Justice Champion award, the NBA announced today. Toscano-Anderson is one of five finalists for the new annual honor that recognizes a current NBA player for pursuing social justice. The award is named after Abdul-Jabbar, the hall-of-famer who has been outspoken about matters of equality....
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Eric Paschall, who after a standout rookie season underwhelmed in his second year. What went right Going into the season, the Warriors envisioned closing games with...
    Getty Golden State Warriors shooting guard Juan Toscano-Anderson and Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James during a game on May 19. LeBron James is widely regarded as one of, if not the greatest player in NBA history. Juan Toscano-Anderson of the Golden State Warriors is a 28-year-old guard still getting his NBA feet wet. Even so, when the...
    Getty Images LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers scores a basket against Juan Toscano-Anderson of the Golden State Warriors. Not many people have the guts to talk trash to LeBron James, but Golden State forward Juan Toscano-Anderson decided to poke the bear when his squad took on the Los Angeles Lakers in a play-in game last month....
    Over the next few days, the Bay Area News Group will examine what went right, what went wrong and the biggest offseason questions for each of the Warriors players. Next up is Juan Toscano-Anderson, one of the great stories of this NBA season. What went right The last player the Warriors signed heading into the season, Toscano-Anderson emerged...
    Getty Kevin Durant #7 of the Brooklyn Nets catches a pass as Juan Toscano-Anderson #95 of the Golden State Warriors defends during the first half at Barclays Center. As the 2020-21 NBA regular season draws to a close many can look back and see that it was a very up and down season for the Golden State Warriors....
    Getty SAN FRANCISCO, CALIFORNIA - MAY 10: Juan Toscano-Anderson #95 of the Golden State Warriors reacts after teammate Jordan Poole #3 made a shot from behind half court at the end of the third period against the Utah Jazz. This NBA season has been very taxing for the Golden State Warriors. After losing their starting shooting guard and...
    Juan Toscano-Anderson just signed a two-year deal with Golden State. The Oakland-native already considers himself a “Warrior for life.” In a sports world increasingly dominated by strict business decisions on the part of organizations and players, there’s something extra special about finding someone who bucks the trend. Juan Toscano-Anderson is one of those people. The guard just signed a new...
    As the ink was drying, Juan Toscano-Anderson on Thursday afternoon called his mother to tell her the good news: He had just signed a contract with the Warriors that will keep him home, in Oakland, for at least another year. It wasn’t long until mother and son broke down in tears. When Patricia Toscano told her son she loved...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Oakland-native Juan Toscano-Anderson a former G-League player now an indispensable part of the Golden State roster, is being rewarded for stellar play with a multi-year contract. The Warriors announced the move Thursday, saying “The Oakland native stays in The Bay.” READ MORE: Oakland Resumes Bulky Block Party Trash Disposal Events To Stem Illegal Dumping The...
    The Warriors will sign forward Juan Toscano-Anderson to a two-year deal that will lock him into next season’s 15-man roster, a source confirmed with the Bay Area News Group. His new deal will earn him more money this year and will be fully guaranteed for the 2021-22 season at the minimum salary, worth roughly $1.7 million. Toscano-Anderson will be...
    With less than a month left in the regular season, the Warriors have finally settled on a group to anchor the second unit. This was a development caused mostly by necessity, as it appears guards Damion Lee and Kelly Oubre Jr. will miss the rest of the regular season, and forward Eric Paschall does not yet have a timetable...
    Getty Steph Curry congratulates Juan Toscano-Anderson during a game against the Dallas Mavericks. The Golden State Warriors just gave a big promotion to a hometown favorite. After playing on a two-way contract this season and eventually working his way into the regular rotation, Juan Toscano-Anderson was reportedly just rewarded with a standard NBA contract. As one insider said,...
    The Warriors are planning to sign forward Juan Toscano-Anderson to a multi-year contract and bring back former center Jordan Bell on a two-way contract as soon as next week, league sources confirmed with the Bay Area News Group. Toscano-Anderson, who has emerged as a key rotation piece and potential building block, has played this season on a two-way contract...
    Getty Golden State Warriors Forward Juan Toscano-Anderson suffered a scary head injury after an alarming fall in a game against the Boston Celtics earlier this month. It was later ruled that the 28-year-old had suffered from a concussion and endured a large cut in his head which required 35 stitches. In a postgame interview on Friday, the second-year...
    On a night when Stephen Curry was slow to find his rhythm, the Warriors’ new-look bench unit picked up the slack and showed that an area of weakness for so much of this season could be a strength over the final stretch. Curry, who finished with 32 points on 11-for-18 shooting (4-for-9 from 3-point range) in Friday night’s 118-97...
    Juan Toscano-Anderson had to get sewn up after a gnarly fall in the Golden State Warriors’ loss against the Boston Celtics. Juan Toscano-Anderson is kind of crazy, but then again you’d have to be to do what he did on Saturday night against Boston. Next: Warriors: Curry’s April stats are simply out of this world
    Warriors guards Stephen Curry (left ankle) and Kelly Oubre Jr. (left wrist) will be available for Monday’s game against in Philadelphia. Curry, 33, will not miss time after turning his left ankle curling off a screen in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s loss in Boston. Curry finished the game and nearly carried Golden State to a win with 47...
    Midway through the fourth quarter of Saturday night’s loss in Boston, Stephen Curry curled off a screen, planted his foot, turned his left ankle and tumbled to the floor. Although Curry finished the game and hit three 3-pointers on his way to 47 points and nearly carried the Warriors to the win, Curry’s availability for Monday night’s game in...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Key reserve Juan Toscano-Anderson has become the latest Golden State Warrior player to join the injury list after suffering a concussion in a frightening fall while diving over the scorer’s table to make a save that led to a Steph Curry 3-pointer. Toscano-Anderson’s hustle play helped give the Warriors to a 103-101 lead late in...
    Getty Juan Toscano-Anderson celebrates with Steph Curry during a game against the Dallas Mavericks. Juan Toscano-Anderson earned his way back into the Golden State Warriors rotation thanks to his stellar play of late, and on Saturday the second-year player earned his way into the hearts of fans with a hustle play that left him bloodied but led to...
    Warriors forward Juan Toscano-Anderson has been diagnosed with a concussion after a rough fall in Saturday night’s loss to the Boston Celtics and will enter the league’s concussion protocol. Midway through the fourth quarter, Toscano-Anderson dove for a loose ball and went crashing over the scorers’ table. He laid on the ground for a few minutes before walking to...
    Every so often, NBA fans are treated to a night when the league’s top scorers put on a show. That was the case in Saturday night’s marquee matchup between the Warriors and Boston Celtics, as All-Stars Stephen Curry and Jayson Tatum traded baskets in a game that came down to the final seconds. Curry poured in shots from all...
    During Thursday’s win in Cleveland, opponents started yelling “shooter” when Juan Toscano-Anderson checked into the game for the first time of his career. This acknowledgment underscores how far Toscano-Anderson has come over the years, from the fringes of professional basketball and starting this season on a two-way contract, to earning a reputation while playing a meaningful role for the...
    Answering some questions after the Warriors’ 119-101 win over the Cavaliers Thursday night in Cleveland. As always, thanks to everyone who contributed. To submit questions for future mailbags, send them on Twitter (@wcgoldberg) or via email ([email protected]). Can we have Juan Toscano-Anderson in the rotation please? — @linaji. After a career-high 20-point performance in which he made his...
    It took Stephen Curry a little while to warm up, but he finished with more than 30 points for the ninth straight game and the Warriors earned their first four-game win streak of the season. Although Curry didn’t make his first 3-pointer until more than 10 minutes into the third quarter, the Warriors’ bench — led by Juan Toscano-Anderson’s...
    Answering some questions on the heels of the Warriors’ 122-121 win over the Bucks Tuesday night at Chase Center. Hope this acts as a turning point in (James Wiseman’s) season. — @dhawan_riten I’m sure Wiseman does, too. After Tuesday’s win over the Bucks, he could hardly contain himself after posting 13 points and 10 rebounds. “That s— was...
    If there is one team that has given mixed signals about its potential throughout the season so far, it’s the Golden State Warriors. From a rocky start to finally gaining momentum and then slumping again, the Warriors are currently standing tenth in the Western Conference. However, this is much better than what everyone expected them to do in the absence...
    Three takeaways from the Warriors 141-119 loss to the Sacramento Kings Thursday night at Golden 1 Center. The Warriors (22-23) without Stephen Curry (tailbone) and Draymond Green (illness) drop to below .500 for the first time since Jan. 1: No answer for De’Aaron Fox Fox, who scored a career-high 44 points, was a problem. After the Warriors took a...
    In a move that could provide the Warriors with additional roster flexibility, the NBA plans to lift restrictions for two-way contract players during this pandemic-affected season, according to the Athletic. The revision, which is pending approval by the NBA and players’ association, would eliminate the 50-game limit for two-way contract players in the regular season and also allow those...
    Getty Steve Kerr talks to James Wiseman during a game against the Indiana Pacers. The Golden State Warriors are getting healthier as they near the second half of the season, and two reserves are falling out of the rotation as a result. The Warriors were forced to play 10 games without a true center after James Wiseman and...
    Part of sustained success in the NBA is finding new talent to replace old talent. For proof, just look to the Spurs, who for 19 years supported franchise cornerstone Tim Duncan with an ever-changing group of teammates that went to the playoffs every season and won five Finals. For every David Robinson, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili who aged out...
    Warriors forward Draymond Green has been ruled out of Wednesday night’s game against the Miami Heat with right ankle soreness. Green had started the last seven games at center in place of injured big men James Wiseman (left wrist sprain) and Kevon Looney (left ankle sprain). With Green sidelined, 6-foot-6 forward Juan Toscano-Anderson started at center. Mychal Mulder...
    James Wiseman, who has been out since Jan. 30 with a left wrist sprain, will be re-evaluated Thursday and could return to the Warriors in time for their upcoming four-game trip that begins Friday. During Tuesday’s practice, Wiseman went through non-contact work and has been cleared to dribble and shoot. He said there is “not that much” pain in...
    Call it Linsanity 2.0. When I asked for questions for this week’s mailbag on Monday morning, most were about when the Warriors will sign Jeremy Lin. Of course everyone remembers Lin — who has played well in four G League games for the Santa Cruz Warriors — for his 2012 exploits with the Knicks. Devastating crossovers and game-winning shots...
    Juan Toscano-Anderson and Steph Curry took to Twitter last night to call out high-follower Twitter accounts Bleacher Report and ESPN for calling Toscano-Anderson “Steph’s teammate.” Toscano-Anderson was doing his best Andre Iguodala impression in the Warriors’ win over the Orlando Magic Thursday night. Like the former Warrior fan favorite, Toscano-Anderson started celebrating Steph Curry’s made three-pointers before they drain....
    Juan Toscano-Anderson knew Stephen Curry's shot was good. via NBC Sports Bay Area/NBA Warriors rookie Juan-Toscano wildly celebrated a Stephen Curry three-pointer before Curry even shot the ball. After the game, Toscano-Anderson took to Twitter to make sure fans knew him beyond "Steph's teammate." Curry and the Warriors backed up Toscano-Anderson's tweet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories....
    Biden administration to allow in around 25,000 asylum seekers now waiting in Mexico Man Who Killed Himself Outside Rep. Beth Van Duynes Home Was Former Campaign Staffer Steph Currys teammate, Juan Toscano-Anderson, really started celebrating before he shot the ball Stephen Curry is the best shooter of all-time so when he has the ball you should have the utmost...
    All Rudy Gay could do was watch as Stephen Curry’s shot dropped through the net. As Curry shook, shimmied and splashed, Gay, in a blink, went from within Curry’s personal space to 10 feet away. Knowing there was nothing he could do, he stood dejected in the paint as Curry’s shot crowned a 23-2 run in the third quarter...
    There may be no greater indication of which player a coach trusts than who he turns to in a moment of desperation. And desperate were the Warriors entering Sunday, in need of a win after two blowout losses to start the season. So head coach Steve Kerr decided to start Juan Toscano-Anderson, a 27-year-old who spent most of his...
    Juan Toscano-Anderson, who was the Warriors’ final roster cut three days ago after being beaten out by Mychal Mulder, is reportedly returning to the team on a two-way contract. The Warriors were hoping they could keep the former Castro Valley High star, which they were able to do Tuesday after he cleared waivers, according to Shams Charania of The...
    With the regular-season opener Tuesday at Brooklyn nearing, the Warriors made their final roster cut Saturday, waiving forward Juan Toscano-Anderson in a move that makes Mychal Mulder the final player on the 15-man roster. Mulder, 26, impressed in the preseason with his 3-point shooting, willingness to defend and team-first attitude. After years on the NBA’s fringe, the decision is...
    Even if James Wiseman does not start at center for the Warriors in Tuesday’s season opener, head coach Steve Kerr said Wiseman will be the team’s regular starter “before too long.” “Clearly he is our long-term starting center,” Kerr said Saturday. “When we feel that he’s ready for that, then we’ll put him out there.” Wiseman, the No....
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