Speedy Claxton

Golden State Warriors #10 - Guard

  • Born: 05/08/78
  • Age: 43
  • Height: 5-11
  • Weight: 170

Q&A With Greensboro Swarm Head Coach Jay Hernandez Part 2: Observations On Grant Riller, Jalen McDaniels, Vernon Carey, and more


In the second part of a two-part series, Greensboro Swarm head coach Jay Hernandez gives his observations on how various players have been performing in the bubble.

What are your expectations for Klay Thompson next season?


The smooth shooting guard will have missed 18 months of action by the time the NBA season tips off.

Ranking all of Steph’s teammates: #71 — Acie Law IV


He had not one, but two stints with the Warriors.

Best/worst trades in Warriors’ history


How can we ever forget the Chris Webber deal!

Open Thread: Let’s talk about the San Antonio Spurs 2003 NBA Championship


The Admiral’s final voyage completes the transfer of power.

Life comes at you fast: wayward Warriors host newly minted powerhouse Bucks team


Draymond Green returns, Russell and Looney still out

The Spurs greatest playoff plays: Round 1, Bracket 3


The quest for the Spurs’ greatest playoff play continues with Bracket 3.

It’s Chris Mullin’s birthday and you probably don’t know how dominant he was


As the Warriors hero turns 56, we reflect on his Golden State legacy as both the monster player during the Run TMC/Dream Team days and as the GM behind the "We Believe" era.

Warrior Wonder: The misery of being a Warriors fan during a dynasty


It’s that time of year again when the NBA’s first world problems pop up for Dub Nation as the champs cruise into the postseason

Richard Jefferson, in THREE Q & A’s, talks his days with Nets and now YES


In Q and A’s with James Herbert of CBS Sports, Dave McMenamin of ESPN and Michael Scotto of The Athletic, Richard Jefferson, then of New Jersey, now of YES, talks about his days in New Jersey with...

Open Thread: New Spurs players getting jersey numbers


The players’ numbers have some subtle championship references

What it costs to be a Spur


Even amidst a career full of River Walk Parades and Larry O’Brien trophies, there’s always a price to pay.