2011 NBA Free Agents: Warriors Believe They've Lost Bidding War For Tyson Chandler

According to multiple sources the Golden State Warriors believe they have lost a bidding war for the services of free agent big man Tyson Chandler to the New York Knicks, according to multiple sources: 

Per Adrian Wojnarowski on Twitter: 

The Warriors believe that they've lost Tyson Chandler to the Knicks, sources tell Y! Sports.
Dec 08 via webFavoriteRetweetReply

 

ESPN's Marc Stein goes even further: 

Source close to Tyson Chandler talks just told http://t.co/Ir9HrM0O: "It's 98 percent sure that Tyson is going to wind up with the Knicks."
Dec 08 via UberSocial for BlackBerryFavoriteRetweetReply

 

With the Warriors now apparently out on Chandler, they must turn their attention to another possible big man to sign. Stein tweeted that the W's will focus on Los Angeles Clippers' restricted free agent DeAndre Jordan now, likely pushing as hard as they can to get him, for the center position needs an upgrade badly in the Bay. 

For more on the Warriors, head over to Golden State of Mind.

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