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    Bob Myers

    Myers in 2019

    Golden State Warriors

    Position President of basketball operations / General manager

    League NBA

    Personal information

    Born March 31, 1975 (age 47)

    Listed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)

    Listed weight 230 lb (104 kg)

    Career information

    High school Monte Vista (Danville, California)

    College UCLA (1993–1997)

    Position Forward Number 24

    Career highlights and awards

    As player

    NCAA champion (1995)

    As executive

    4× NBA champion (2015, 2017, 2018, 2022)

    2× NBA Executive of the Year (2015, 2017)

    Robert Michael Myers (born March 31, 1975)[1] is a basketball executive who is the president of basketball operations and general manager for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He is a former sports agent with Wasserman Media Group after interning with agent Arn Tellem. Myers played college basketball for the UCLA Bruins from 1993 to 1997. He was a member of their 1995 NCAA championship team. He served as a radio commentator for UCLA basketball for two seasons until 2002.[2]

    Contents

    1 Early life 2 College career

    3 Sports agent career

    4 Golden State Warriors

    5 Personal life 6 See also 7 References

    Early life[edit]

    Myers grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area in Danville, California,[3] where he attended Monte Vista High School.[1][4] At Monte Vista, he lettered in basketball, but he did not imagine playing college basketball for an established program. Only a junior college showed interest in recruiting him. He wanted to continue playing an organized sport, and intended to follow his brother into rowing. In his senior year, he visited the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) and intended to talk to their crew team coach. However, he ran into UCLA assistant basketball coach Steve Lavin, who suggested Myers try out for the basketball team.[5]

    College career[edit]

    Myers attended UCLA and majored in business and economics, making the Bruins basketball team under coach Jim Harrick as a walk-on in his freshman year in 1993.[6] Myers figured he would be a four-year practice player,[7] but he earned an athletic scholarship in 1994–95, when the Bruins won the national championship that season. He did not score until the final game of the regular season, and he only averaged 0.3 points that season.[8] However, he was on the commemorative cover of , lifting teammate Tyus Edney in the air after the point guard made a legendary baseline-to-baseline winning basket with 4.8 seconds remaining in the game against Missouri in the tournament. Additionally, Myers met President Bill Clinton in the White House, appeared with Jay Leno on , and rode with Mickey Mouse in a ticker tape parade at Disneyland.[6][5] He was called Forrest Gump by teammates for his apparent good fortune.[6][5][7]

    Myers' playing time steadily increased. By his junior year, he had added 25 pounds (11 kg) of muscle over two years and stood at 6 feet 7 inches (2.01 m) and 230 pounds (100 kg).[9] Against Oregon State, Myers was the hero in the Bruins' 69–60 win after he established career highs in points (20) and minutes played (22). In his last season in 1996–97, UCLA advanced to the Elite Eight, and he even started a few games.[10] "That’s another thing that I thought that I would never do," Myers said. "It’s something that I will look back on and tell my kids and my grandkids: 'Yeah, I started a couple of games.'"[5] He did not go to Europe to play basketball after college, which he later called his biggest disappointment.[11]

    Sports agent career[edit]

    Myers was introduced to sports agent Arn Tellem by Harrick, and he began as an intern at Tellem and Associates in 1997 while completing his law degree at Loyola Law School.[6][4][11] Myers grew to be one of Tellem's top associates, and became an expert in contract negotiation and player recruitment.[6][11] In 2000, Tellem and Associates became SFX Sports, where Myers served as vice president.[4] Myers spent 14 years as an agent, the last five with Wasserman Media Group, and he negotiated contracts totaling more than $575 million.[6][11] He had 19 clients, including Brandon Roy, Tyreke Evans and Kendrick Perkins.[12]

    Golden State Warriors[edit]

    Myers in 2011 interview

    In April 2011, Myers was hired by the Golden State Warriors as an assistant general manager.[12] He was expected to apprentice under general manager Larry Riley for a few years. However, on April 24, 2012, Myers was promoted to general manager after only 12 months.[6][12] Under Myers, the Warriors had a strong draft in 2012 and made key acquisitions in 2012–13, and they advanced to the second round of the playoffs before losing to the San Antonio Spurs in six games. It was the Warriors' best postseason finish in 36 years.[13] After the season, wrote that Myers "made a bigger imprint than anyone else on this season's wonder team."[14]

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Bob Myers

    Bob Myers President of Basketball Operations / General Manager In his role as general manager and president of basketball operations, Bob Myers reports directly to Owner & CEO Joe Lacob and oversees the entire Basketball Operations department on a day-to- day basis. Myers was originally named GM on April 24, 2012.

    Bob Myers

    President of Basketball Operations / General Manager

    In his role as general manager and president of basketball operations, Bob Myers reports directly to Owner & CEO Joe Lacob and oversees the entire Basketball Operations department on a day-to- day basis. Myers was originally named GM on April 24, 2012.

    Myers, 43, has assembled a roster that has won three NBA titles (2015, 2017, 2018) in the last four seasons and made four consecutive appearances in the NBA Finals. Over the last four seasons, the Warriors have won more regular-season games (265) than any team in NBA history over a four- season span, including an NBA-record 73 wins in 2015-16. Myers earned the NBA Executive of the Year award in both 2014-15 and 2016-17 and is the only executive in Warriors history to earn Executive of the Year honors multiple times and one of only five in league history to earn the honor twice in a span of three seasons.

    During his tenure as general manager the Warriors have enjoyed their most successful stretch in franchise history, posting a .738 regular-season winning percentage (363-129), which is the best record in the NBA over that stretch. The Warriors have earned six-straight trips to the NBA Playoffs for the first time since doing so in each of the NBA’s first six-seasons in existence from 1946-47 through 1951-52. The franchise had qualified for the playoffs just once in the previous 18 years.

    Throughout Myers’ tenure, the Warriors have retained many of their top talents, signing starters Stephen Curry, Kevin Durant, Draymond Green and Klay Thompson to contract extensions. Myers acquired 2015 NBA Finals MVP Andre Iguodala via trade in 2013 and signed Durant, the 2017 and 2018 NBA Finals MVP, in 2016 as well as four-time NBA All-Star DeMarcus Cousins in 2018.

    Myers originally joined the Warriors on April 14, 2011, as assistant general manager/vice president of basketball operations, after enjoying a highly successful 14-year stint as a representative to numerous NBA players. During his first year with the Warriors organization, he worked closely under the tutelage of then-General Manager Larry Riley on all Basketball Operations matters, including contract negotiations, talent evaluation, roster management, scouting and CBA compliance.

    Before joining the Warriors, Myers spent the previous five years at Wasserman Media Group (WMG) in Los Angeles. As managing executive at WMG, which is one of the largest global sports and entertainment companies in the world, Myers represented a client list of nearly 20 NBA players in their team and endorsement contracts.

    Prior to joining Wasserman, Myers served as vice president of SFX Sports, where he represented numerous NBA players. Myers began his career in the sports representation business in 1997 as an intern at Los Angeles-based Tellem and Associates – under the tutelage of long-time sports agent Arn Tellem – which became SFX Sports in 2000. During his 14 years in the business, Myers negotiated over $575 million in contracts.

    With a well-earned reputation as one of the top player agents in the NBA, Myers was a recipient of the prestigious “40 under 40” Award in 2011, presented annually by the SportsBusiness Journal to the 40 most influential sports executives under the age of 40.

    A Bay Area native who attended Monte Vista High School in Danville, Myers graduated from UCLA in 1998 with a degree in Business/Economics. As a member of the UCLA basketball team, Myers and the Bruins captured the 1995 NCAA Championship during his sophomore season and advanced to the 1997 Elite Eight two years later.

    A member of the State Bar of California, Myers earned his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School in 2002. He and his wife, Kristen, have three daughters, Kayla, Annabelle and Rosie.

    Source : www.nba.com

    Bob Myers Promoted to Warriors' President of Basketball Operations

    The Golden State Warriors announced a restructuring of their front office on Tuesday, with general manager Bob Myers also taking over the role of president of basketball operations...

    Bob Myers Promoted to Warriors' President of Basketball Operations

    Tyler [email protected]

    Featured Columnist September 20, 2016

    Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

    The Golden State Warriors announced a restructuring of their front office on Tuesday, with general manager Bob Myers also taking over the role of president of basketball operations.

    Travis Schlenk was promoted to vice president of basketball operations/assistant general manager. Kirk Lacob will take over as vice president of GSW Sports Ventures/assistant general manager, while Larry Harris will serve as assistant general manager/director of player personnel.

    Tim Kawakami of the Mercury News reported that the promotion also contains a contract extension and substantial raise.

    Myers, 41, has been the Warriors general manager since 2012. He has been instrumental in building the team's current core, including stealing Draymond Green in the 2012 draft and trading for Andre Iguodala. It was Myers' move to replace Mark Jackson with Steve Kerr as head coach, which helped spearhead Golden State to consecutive NBA Finals appearances.

    Of course, there was also the great caper of 2016, which saw Myers and a contingent of Warriors players shockingly convince Kevin Durant to sign in the Bay Area.

    “When I was hired (in 2012) Steph Curry was here," Myers said, per Vincent Fausone of SFBay.Ca. "That’s probably the greatest gift you could place upon someone. I was part of the group that helped draft Klay Thompson, Draymond Green and Harrison Barnes and traded for Andrew Bogut. How did we get here? Fortune, hard work, good luck, and things falling into place.”

    Signing Durant has the Warriors looking like overwhelming favorites for their third straight Finals appearance and second title. Oddsshark currently lists them as -110 favorites, an unprecedented number for this point in the offseason.

    Structurally, not all that much should change here. Myers will still be the key decision maker from a basketball operations standpoint; Schlenk, Lacob and Harris were already among his closest advisors. Contract terms were not made publicly available, but it's likely these promotions were designed to give important decision-makers better titles and some nice raises.

    The Warriors have never been shy about spending money or rewarding important people in the organization. This just follows their (smart) organizational pattern.

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