This offseason Kevon Looney became a free agent. Coming off a championship-winning year he had several offers on the table from other NBA teams.
In the end Looney chose to stay with the Warriors. Speaking with media he said that the Dubs was his preferred destination.
“I wanted to come back here, have another chance at a championship,” Looney, speaking for the first time with the media since he signed the deal in July, said Saturday after the Warriors’ first day of training camp. “This is the final place, where I really wanted to be.”
Last season the 26-year-old center averaged 6 points, 7.3 rebounds and 2 assists in 21.1 minutes per game for Golden State.