“We Believe” Warriors to take on Current Squad in Charity Game

The Warriors exhibition game has grown from rumor to idea to reality. On Oct. 29 at the San Jose Events Center, members of the legendary “We Believe” team will take on members of the current Golden State roster in a charity game.

Jason Richardson, Matt Barnes, Kelenna Azubuike and Anthony Morrow are confirmed to represent the “We Believe” squad, which is now part of Warriors lore for upsetting top-seeded Dallas in the first round of the 2007 playoffs.

Barnes is working on securing Baron Davis, Stephen Jackson and Al Harrington. 

Point guard Stephen Curry highlights the current roster, which has also confirmed Dorell Wright, Jeremy Lin, Charlie Bell and rookie Jeremy Tyler.

Curry is recruiting guard Monta Ellis and David Lee.

All proceeds from the event will benefit Kaiser Permanente Breast Cancer Research foundation and Barnes’ Athletes vs. Cancer foundation.

Coaches have not been named.

Tickets are expected to go on sale this weekend.


Charles Jenkins, Meet Monta Ellis

I caught up with rookie Charles Jenkins, who is in his native New York working out, often playing with his buddy Kemba Walker, the former UConn star drafted No. 9 byCharlotte.

Jenkins, who the Warriors happily selected in the second round in June, said he is working on every part of his game. But he did single out one part.

JENKINS: “I am working on the defensive end a little more.”

Thank Monta Ellis for that. 

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Warriors Youngsters Especially Hurt By Lockout

Jeremy Lin is torn.

On one hand, he’s “buying in” to the mission of the Players’ Union. He’s been to the meetings and follows the negotiations. An economics major at Harvard, Lin said he definitely doesn’t want the players to sign off on a bad deal. 

Still, he said he knows this lockout — which has already led to the postponing of training camp, the canceling of preseason games and, so far, the first two weeks of the regular season — is hurting himself and his team.

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