Warriors GM says team embracing high expectations

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OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers believes he has done all he could to improve the roster with the moves he made - and didn't make - this summer.

Myers' main concern is no longer the talent on the team. Instead, it's how healthy that talent can remain through the grind of the NBA's 82-game season.

Myers gave Golden State fans good news on that front Tuesday, saying the franchise's core players - Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Andre Iguodala, David Lee and, perhaps most notably, Andrew Bogut - are all healthy heading into training camp next week. New backup guard Shaun Livingston will likely miss all of camp recovering from toe surgery, Myers said, though he could be ready by the end of the preseason.