ESPN's Marc Stein tweeted that the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets will be suitors of Calderon should the Spanish guard be bought out.
Stein also mentions that the Lakers must waive Calderon by Wednesday in order for him to be eligible to sign with a playoff team.
Steve Kerr made the announcement during his post game press conference following the 112-95 Saturday win over the Brooklyn Nets. It's up in the air if the Warriors will offer the roster spot to a buyout player, or seek another 10-day contract from a D-League player.
Calderon only appeared in 24 games this season, starting 11, and only averaging 3.3 points per game with the Lakers. With the Warriors, his role likely won't be any bigger.
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With so many young point guards on the roster and little incentive to play veterans due to a 19-41 record and the fact that their first-round pick is top-three protected, the Lakers no longer have a need for Calderon. Worst case scenario, Calderon has one of the best views in the house for one of the best shows in basketball.
The three-time Olympic medalist boasts career averages of 9.7 points and 6.3 assists per game, along with an.875 free-throw percentage.
On the other hand, I think this would be a great move for the Warriors especially given the injury history between Steph Curry and Shaun Livingston.