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Warriors rookie Patrick McCaw learns surrounded by big stars
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Patrick McCaw flings a football across two courts and hits Ian Clark right in the basketball numbers, then jokingly jumps in front of Kevin Durant moments later as if to make an interception against a superstar teammate with a height advantage and remarkable wingspan on the rookie guard.
Several minutes later, McCaw blows an enormous bubble with his gum as shootaround winds down on game day.
The kid they call "P Nice" because his game is so good, so young, is getting comfortable in a hurry during his first NBA season, and it certainly helps playing alongside the star-studded cast of KD, two-time reigning MVP Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green every day.MORE
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