The Warriors added a perimeter player on Monday morning.
Golden State agreed to terms with Alec Burks on a one-year contract, Shams Charania of The Athletic reported.
Burks started last season with the Jazz, was traded to the Cavs in late November and was traded to the Kings in early February.
The shooting guard entered the league as the No. 12 overall pick in the 2011 NBA Draft and will turn 28 years old later this month.
In 2013-14, Burks averaged 14.0 points and 2.7 assists per game, while shooting nearly 46 percent overall and 35 percent from deep.
Over the next three seasons, The University of Colorado product appeared in a combined 100 games because of injuries.
NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago is about more than just what happens on the court. The shenanigans away from the game shine just as bright. And with that come some oddities.
That includes questions like, "What color is a mirror?"
That one stumped Warriors rookie Eric Paschall as he let out a high-pitched "huh" in confusion. ESPN asked Paschall and a handful of other players around the league an assortment of brain busters that gave us some hilarious answers.
Paschall did have the perfect response to being asked, "If humans can't see air, can fish see water?"
After laughing, Paschall said, "Ask a fish."
OK, what about if you try to fail and succeed, which have you done? "Succeed," Paschall says. Why? "Because you tried to fail. ... You tried to fail and you did, so you succeeded in your failure. Oh, I'm spittin' knowledge. I'm spittin' knowledge."
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One thing's for certain: Paschall was spittin' some game Friday night in the 2020 NBA Rising Stars Challenge. Paschall scored a team-high 23 points on 10-of-13 shooting in Team USA's 151-131 comeback win over Team World.
He might be better at busting opponents than spittin' knowledge, but the rookie definitely has been one of the brightest parts to the Warriors' down season.
Steph Curry and the Warriors ran roughshod over the NBA for five years, reaching five consecutive NBA Finals and putting together the league’s greatest regular season ever with 73 wins in 2015-16.
The 2019-20 season has not gone quite the same for Golden State, as Curry remains out since suffering a broken hand on Oct. 30. The Warriors now own the league’s worst record at the All-Star break.
It’s safe to say players around the NBA haven’t exactly sympathized with the organization’s precipitous downturn.
"Let me be honest with you," Giannis told reporters Saturday during NBA All-Star Weekend in Chicago. "The players, we kind of enjoy that he's not playing -- not enjoy that he's hurt. We want him to be healthy, but he just makes it way, way tougher for the rest of the league."
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It’s not the first time players have publicly stated their appreciation for the Warriors no longer being the unstoppable force they became in the 2010s.
The guard definitely has made life more difficult for defenders over the years, as Curry owns four first-team All-NBA honors as well as the most 3-point field goals among active NBA players.
Curry is aiming to return to the court in early March, and the Warriors will play the Bucks on March 14. Antetokounmpo’s reprieve from facing the two-time MVP might not last much longer, then.