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Former Warriors striker David Lee marries tennis star Caroline Wozniacki

Just about every woman dreams of her wedding day.

Tennis star Caroline Wozniacki's recent marriage to former Warriors striker David Lee was no different. It would look like this:

– Custom Jimmy Choo Custom Heels

– Custom Oscar De La Renta Wedding Dress

– Must be held in Italy at the Castiglion del Bosco Hotel in Tuscany (the same venue where Cy Young award pitcher Justin Verlander and supermodel Kate Upton were married.)

tennis star Serena Williams becomes bridesmaid.


1; Fireworks.

You know, something small and intimate.

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According to TMZ Sports, NBA stars like Pau Gasol and Harrison Barnes were present. Jesse Palmer, who joined the NFL quarterback, was also joined by tennis pros Angelique Kerber, Agnieszka Radwańska and Urszula Radwańska.

Engaged in Bora Bora towards the end of 2017, the pair slammed the question with an 8-carat diamond for eight Wozniacki's "Lucky Number".

Jonas Jerebko estimated his first year with the Warriors.

The big Swedish man thanked DubNation on Monday with an Instagram post saying, "I feel like I'm a warrior for more than one season."

Jerebko signed a one-year contract with the Warriors last July. At that time he seemed to be the perfect striker from the bench. And sometimes he was. But at other times he was far too inconsistent.

The 32-year-old played 73 regular season games for the Warriors and started in six competitions. He scored an average of 6.3 points – his highest since the 2012/13 season – and scored 3.9 rebounds per game.

Jerebko has been called a 3-point threat, but his off-the-bow shot share dropped from 41.1 last season to 36.7 this season. In the playoffs he scored only 26.3 percent in three-point trials.

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In his thanks to you to the fans, Jerebko said "Let's see what the future holds! " but this could well have been his only season as a warrior.

Andrew Bogut ended his first term as a warrior with sour grapes. His second title did not end in a title he hoped, though he is grateful in any case.

The tall man thanked the warriors and the city of Oakland on Monday for welcoming him back with open arms.

Bogut, 34, signed on March 6 with the Warriors for the remainder of the 2019 season The Center was back in the bay after the last game for Golden State in the 2015/16 season.

After starring for the Sydney Kings of the National Basketball League in his native Australia, he joined the Warriors. Bogut was named the MVP of the league after an average of 11.4 points and 11.6 rebounds per game in 30 games.

Bogut played 11 games in the regular season for the Warriors with an average of 3.5 points and 5.0 rebounds per game. He appeared in 19 playoff games – six of which began – and scored an average of 2.7 points and 3.9 rebounds per game over 9.4 minutes per game.

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