Chris Taft

Golden State Warriors #0 - Forward

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Santa Cruz acquires Alexander, Curry, Dedmon, Taft

The Santa Cruz Warriors announced yesterday that they have acquired the rights to former Golden State Warriors draft pick Chris Taft from the Springfield Armor in exchange for a third round pick in today's NBA D-League Draft.

Horner Misses Game Winner in Return

Dennis Horner returned to the Armor Saturday night and played well, scoring 19 points and garnering eight rebounds, but his attempt at game heroics failed with 3.5 seconds left. He missed a potential game winning three pointer against the Dakota Wizards in Bismarck, ND.

Armor Lose on Christmas in OT

Its brutal road trip just got worse. The Armor, playing on Christmas Night in Sioux Falls, SD, went down early and then fought back to take the game into overtime before losing a heart breaker to the Skyforce, 103-99. The Armor's two training camp invites, JamesOn Curry and Jerry Smith, combined for 38 in the loss.

Armor Ink Jeff Foote, Expand Roster

Jeff Foote, the seven-footer who helped Cornell get to the Elite Eight in 2010, has been signed by the Armor who has been without a true center since Chris Taft hurt his knee and was waived last week. Foote has played for Maccabi Tel Aviv and was signed this summer by Zastal in the Polish League, where he was replaced by Jordan Williams.

Armor Kick-Off Season Friday Night

The Springfield Armor will open their third season --and their first as a Nets hybrid-- in Springfield at 7 p.m. Friday vs. the Maine Red Claws, the Celtics affiliate. The Nets assumed control of basketball operations in May, promoting Milton Lee to GM and hiring Bob MacKinnon and Chris Carawell as coaches.

Armor Start Small With Big Hopes

With Chris Taft, at 6'10", and James Smith, at 7'0", waived Tuesday, the Armor will go into Friday's opener with an undersized line-up. Only Dennis Horner, 6'9, 230 out of North Carolina State, and Jamar Brown, 6'10, 235, from Colorado State-Pueblo, are taller than 6'7", Still Bob MacKinnon remains optimistic.

Taft Most Likely To Clean Glass, Reject Shots in D-League

The Springfield Armor has until Wednesday to cut five players and set its roster for Saturday's opening game vs. the Maine Red Claws. There's been little information about how things are going at the Armor training camp, but the D-League's Sam Farber thinks Chris Taft could be big this season.

So...Let's Go Springfield Armor!

The day has been filled with bad news, but if you're looking for some hope, Gary Sussman and the D-League staff have a bit to offer: the inside story of how the Springfield Armor got their man, 6'10" Chris Taft, in the D-League Draft.

Armor Pre-Season Underway

The 17 players that make up the current Armor roster are already in Springfield, with the official start of training camp Saturday. Players arrived Wednesday and Thursday with physicals stretched out over two days, starting Thursday. No reports of any problems. The team's first meeting will be Friday. Camp begins Saturday.

Taft Pick "Great Theft" of Draft

Sam Farber, who writes for the D-League's official site, calls the Springfield Armor's pick of ex-Warrior Chris Taft "one of the great thefts of the D-League Draft."

NetsDaily Off-Season Report #30

Since the present is so depressing, we're looking at the future. And since the future is so uncertain from a player personnel perspective, we're looking more at Brooklyn and Springfield. First, Springfield. We were intrigued by the Armor's selection of Chris Taft, who's overcome not just injuries, but also a muscular condition. In Brooklyn, we look at the cold reality of congestion on Opening Night.

For Armor (Nets?) Big Prize Is Taft

In the summer before the 2004-2005 season, many thought Chris Taft of Pitt was the likely choice for the overall #1 pick in the June Draft. After being named Big East Rookie of the Year in 2004, the big athletic Taft seemed to riding high. But his sophomore season was a disappointment and his workouts were lackadaisical.

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