Amare Stoudemire

Will the Warriors add a veteran free agent?

If you want to check out an interesting video, check out this interview of Warriors GM Larry Riley from HoopsHype. The phrases “interesting video” and “Warriors GM” hardly ever go hand-in-hand, but Riley had some noteworthy things to say about what the Warriors need to add before this season (a “veteran” who’s a “glue guy”) and what Anthony Randolph needs to work on (“over-handling” and “rebounding”).

— Anthony Morrow goes off for 47 in summer league…it’s amazing that if you asked Warrior fans if they could keep only one trio, either Randolph/Morrow/Curry or Monta/Jack/Biedrins, most of them would choose the former over the latter. (Inside The Warriors)

— Amare Stoudemire’s available, but does anyone want him after he had additional work done on that surgically repaired eye last week? (ESPN)

— Here’s five questions the Giants will answer one way or another in the second half, but I have another question. Who said this?:

“If the Giants add just one good hitter, they’re the best team in the division — including the Dodgers,” one N.L. West talent evaluator said.

I’m guessing it was Shooty Babitt. That guy’s everywhere. (SJ Mercury)

— Is karma the reason why the Giants have been so bad in recent years against the Pirates? I mean, Brian Sabean treated former Pirates GM Dave Littlefield like I treated this kid in my neighborhood who was too young to understand that trading a Ken Griffey, Jr. Fleer rookie card for a 1987 Topps Ken Griffey, Sr. wasn’t a good deal at all, regardless of lifetime homers at the time. (McCovey Chronicles)

— Can I get a humm-baby? (El Lefty Malo)

— Is Michael Crabtree a diva? If he’s good, I don’t think anybody will (or should) care. (Matt Maiocco)

— People are shooting Tour de France riders with BB Guns. (ESPN)

— Tiger Woods misses the cut at The British Open after going seven-over during a six hole stretch in the middle of today’s second round. Meanwhile, Tom Watson is still in the lead. And you thought Jonathan Sanchez’s no-hitter was nuts. (Golf Fanhouse)

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