Jack, who becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer, stated his desire to remain with Golden State, the San Jose Mercury News reports. He finished the regular season averaging 12.9 points in 29.7 minutes per game while shooting 45.2 percent from the field and 40.4 percent from 3-point range. (Rotowire.com)
Recommendation: Jack's had better statistical seasons than he had in 2012-13, but there's no doubting his fit with this particular club. He was the second-leading scorer in the playoffs and was often the primary ball handler, moving Stephen Curry to shooting guard. Both sides would like to see Jack in a Golden State uniform next season, however, he's expected to generate some buzz in the market. And with the development of Harrison Barnes, the Warriors might not be interested in Jack getting the minutes he received this past season.