David West was supposed to retire from basketball in 1996. After spending his sophomore season of high school in Teaneck, N.J., anchored to the junior varsity’s bench, the gawky 16-year-old moved with his family to Garner, N.C., a suburb of Raleigh. At 6-foot-5, 135 pounds with size-17 sneakers, West had grown wary of the snickers he elicited just by stumbling up the court. A new school would seemingly allow him to quit without answering questions. Today, more than two decades after Garner High School coach Eddie Gray convinced him to come out for basketball, West is a two-time NBA All-Star with roughly $90 million in career earnings.
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By Connor Letourneau - Tuesday Sep 26, 2017
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By Connor Letourneau - Monday Nov 6, 2017
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- Warriors season review: David West
By Connor Letourneau - Tuesday Jul 4, 2017
the season of each Warriors player after the team’s championship run.Like teammate Zaza Pachulia, David West turned down more lucrative offers last July to sign with the Warriors.What made West unique was that it was the second straight summer he had prioritized a shot at an NBA title over money.A year earlier, he opted out of a $12.6 million deal with the Pacers to join the Spurs on a veteran-minimum contract.San Antonio won 67 regular-season games before getting upset by Oklahoma City in the Western Conference semifinals.Last July, soon after Kevin Durant rocked the NBA by signing with Golden State, West inked another veteran-minimum deal to pursue that elusive ring.Though his game had diminished since he was named an All-Star in 2008 and ’09, West was still capable of contributing to any rotation.With a rare blend of size, court awareness, touch and timing, the 6-foot-9, 250-pounder posted up on the right block and drew defenses toward him before kicking out to shooters.Golden State’s backup point guard, Shaun Livingston, had 12 fewer assists in 491 more minutes.Ultimately, West finally won the first NBA title of his career.Would he take his championship ring and ride off into the proverbial sunset?West ultimately decided to return for one last go-around, agreeing to re-sign with the Warriors for the veteran’s minimum of $2.3 million.
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