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Watch: Warriors Looked Strong against the Lakers — Passing Game on Point Opening Night

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Warriors were in fine form for the 2021-22 season opener, winning 121-114 in an exciting come from behind rally. Stephen Curry put up 21 points, 10 assists and 10 rebounds and made all 9 of his free throw attempts.

Jordan Poole scored 20 points and made four 3-pointers. Nemanja Bjelica and Damion Lee got 15 points each, in an impressive showing.

The Warriors were undefeated in their pre-season and look to continue that strength as the new season gets underway.

You can watch the full game’s highlights here:

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Vaccinated players won’t need frequent COVID-19 testing this season

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The NBA has just announced they any player, coach, or staff who is fully vaccinated will no longer need to go through the extensive rapid testing program like last year.

Anyone who is still not vaccinated will have to be subject to testing before every practice, before travel, and twice on game days. They’ll also have to still wear masks indoors, including in arenas and practice facilities. The league still hasn’t determined if unvaccinated players will have to be tested on off-days – but expect a decision on that before the season starts.

The comes on the heels of the NBA announcement, that unvaccinated players wont even be able to enter the facilities of teams in markets that have local health regulations in place prohibiting unvaccinated people from indoor large-scale gatherings. This means even if a star player on any team remains unvaccinated, when that team travels to play the Nets, for example, they wont even be allowed in the building, let alone play in that game. Who knows, could work out well for the Nets and Warriors depending on who gets vaccinated.

Rules and guidelines are moving fast in anticipation of the upcoming season, and surely more changes will be announced before then so watch this space.

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Allen Iverson just claimed that his NBA Draft class in ‘96 was better than Michael Jordan’s and even LeBron’s

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Of course this is all subjective, and I’m sure there’s more than just a little bias in Iverson’s analysis, but it’s a pretty bold proclamation to make with all things considered.

Iverson was on Club Shay Shay, a podcast hosted by Shannon Sharp, the Pro Football Hall of Famer and argued that his draft class had more depth overall. Take a look at the interview here.

What do you guys think? There’s no doubt that the 1996 class had a huge amount of widespread depth of talent (E.g. Kobe), but can it really stack up against other years that brought us other GOATS like Jordan and James?

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