Kwame Brown injured, out for months. Warriors seek replacement
With center Kwame Brown likely out for the season, the Warriors are back on the market for a big man. Only this time, the options are even skimpier.
Thursday, Golden State announced Brown will have to undergo surgery to repair a torn pectoralis major (the large chest muscle that attaches to his right shoulder). It is expected to keep him out at least three months, according to the Warriors...
According to multiple sources, the Warriors had Joel Przybilla on their list. But Przybilla, an 11-year veteran defensive specialist who last played for Portland, has been ruled out because he's seeking to play for a title contender.
Golden State previously had an agreement with free agent center Kyrylo Fesenko, formerly of Utah. But after he worked out with the team, the Warriors decided to pass. One team source said Golden State would not take another look at Fesenko.
-- Reported by Marcus Thompson II of the Bay Area News Group