Kevon Looney's possible departure and return coincide with the beginning of James Wiseman's Warriors career and the growth of the youth centre.

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In July 2019, Looney agreed to a three-year, $14.5 million contract with the Warriors.

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The 7-foot Wiseman from Memphis was chosen by Golden State with the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft a year later.

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Since November 5, 2019, only 45 basketball games have been played by Wiseman.

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Due to NCAA rules, he only participated in three games during his time in college. His rookie season was also cut short to 39 games due to a damaged meniscus.

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He saw the Warriors win another title while tethered to the sidelines in street clothes the previous season.

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James spent a significant amount of the season observing Loon, reviewing his tapes, and questioning him, Warriors coach Steve Kerr revealed to reporters on June 22.

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Looney's right hip's ruptured labrum prevented him from playing more than five games as a rookie.

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Due to neuropathy difficulties, gastrointestinal pain, and left hip pain, Looney missed 20 games.

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Prior to this past season, he set a goal of participating in all 82 regular-season games, and he became the only Warriors to accomplish it.

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