Warriors owner Joe Lacob rumored to be ticked off at Patrick McCaw situation
The Golden State Warriors are unlikely to match the Cleveland Cavaliers’ offer sheet for combo guard Patrick McCaw, and Golden State owner Joe Lacob is reportedly a bit ticked off at the whole situation, according to Anthony Slater of The Atheltic.
Patrick McCaw turned down two offers from the Warriors before the regular season started. He also reportedly ignored teammates and coaches who were trying to get into contact with him.
The whole situation is bizarre considering Patrick McCaw isn’t that good of a player to be acting like this toward the world champions.
The Warriors, sources say, are leaning strongly toward declining it. (They also are believed to have offered McCaw a two-year deal with some guaranteed money earlier this year, which he declined.)
Owner Joe Lacob’s a bit ticked off at the McCaw situation, sources say. He paid $2.4 million a few summers ago to buy the second-round pick from the Bucks that became McCaw.
In 57 games last season with the Warriors, Patrick McCaw averaged 4.0 points, 1.4 rebounds and 1.4 assists per contest while shooting 40.9 percent from the floor, 23.8 percent from beyond the arc, and 76.5 percent from the free-throw line. He only appeared in six games in the postseason.
McCaw will get his wish in Cleveland which is more playing time. Let’s see what he does with it.