Check out four Warriors Chase Center court designs that leaked on Reddit

Check out four Warriors Chase Center court designs that leaked on Reddit

Free agency and trade rumors are a thing of the past. It's officially Leak Season in the NBA. 

Reddit user u/lakerswiz leaked an album of court designs for the upcoming 2019-20 NBA season on Thursday. The leak includes four Warriors court designs for Chase Center and a that which shows Golden State's primary, global and secondary logos. 

Below are pictures of the four leaked Chase Center court designs. All pictures are provided by Reddit's u/lakerswiz. 

Warriors The Town court design 


Warriors 1962-63 court design 

Warriors 1966-67 court design 

Warriors primary court design 

Several Warriors jerseys for the upcoming season already have leaked, and NBA 2K20 shows a classic San Francisco Warriors jersey as well. 

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From the revamped roster to the court design and more, Chase Center will bring a whole new era of Warriors basketball.

Four Warriors listed among Sports Illustrated Top 100 NBA players for 2020

Four Warriors listed among Sports Illustrated Top 100 NBA players for 2020

It seems nothing fires sports fans up more on social media than player rankings, especially when it comes to the NBA.

Sports Illustrated recently took a stab at predicting the top 100 players for 2020 with the upcoming NBA season just over a month away.

There are four Warriors among the field, but where they ended up just might surprise you.

Five-time All-Star shooting guard Klay Thompson checks in at No. 58, which would be absolutely laughable if not for the ACL tear he suffered in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals.

With a return at best coming in March, Thompson will not be much of a factor for Golden State in the regular season, so any attempt to rank him is clouded until we see how the recovery process plays out. 

The most curious selection comes next, as D’Angelo Russell sits at No. 44 on the list. 

Now I may not be an expert, but if a player is named to an All-Star team in the NBA, he is likely at least among the top 30 players in the league, as each roster has 13 players selected.

In 81 games with the Brooklyn Nets last season, Russell ranked second in the league as he assisted on 41.3 percent of his team's points while in the game. Now imagine his supporting cast including Steph Curry and Draymond Green instead of Spencer Dinwiddie and Joe Harris.

Russell is also listed behind players like Kevin Love, Steven Adams, and De’Aaron Fox, all of whom weren’t even in the same conversation to be an All-Star in 2018-19. Fox could make a major jump in his third NBA season, but the other two are not exactly in their prime. Russell’s placement here is questionable at best.

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The other two Warriors listed are no surprise, as Draymond Green finds himself at No. 17, while Steph Curry is ranked the No. 4 overall player for 2019-20, sandwiched between James Harden and LeBron James.

All the predictions and opinions can finally be pushed to the side when the NBA regular season gets underway on Oct. 22.

Steph Curry buys $31M Atherton house as Warriors move to San Francisco


Steph Curry buys $31M Atherton house as Warriors move to San Francisco

Steph Curry is using his five-year, $200 million contract -- and he's using it well -- to lay some new roots in Atherton.

It's a relatively small town, but the Warriors star will be surrounded by some big money in his new house.

Variety reported Friday that the Curry family purchased a three-level, $31 million estate in a place that's been described as the most affluent zip code in the Bay Area, but there aren't many photos to view. There are 3D renderings that give an overall view and feel of the exterior, however.

The 1.2-acre lot is located at the end of a little-known cul-de-sac in a gated area. Privacy certainly was a factor, too, as you can barely see the property from the road and it's covered in greenery.

Prominent Atherton developer Joe Comartin built the property in 2019 upon speculation, Variety reported, and it evidently fit the Currys, who sold their home in the East Bay community of Alamo earlier this year. The Warriors are moving to Chase Center in San Francisco this season, so these Atherton digs will put the Currys closer to the new office.

(all photos via Studio Green)