Though they were mostly pleased with the work of Steve Blake, acquired at the trade deadline, the Warriors continue to explore options in search of a point guard to play behind All-Star Stephen Curry. One target under consideration, according to multiple reports, is Knicks guard Toure' Murry, who showed flashes of potential in limited play as a rookie last season. The Warriors are among several teams said to be interested in Murry, who at 6-foot -5, also has the skills to play off-guard. New York likely will make a qualifying offer to Murry, making him a restricted free agent and preserving the right to match any offer from another team. Meanwhile, the Knicks reportedly are interested in Blake, a free agent coming off a contract that paid a reported $4 million per season. That deal, however, was signed when Blake joined the Lakers in 2010, with the expectation he would start.
Warriors in search of backup point guard
CSN Bay Area | May 29