Jack and Landry had helped the Warriors go from a 23-43 team during the lockout-shortened season to a 47-35 team last year, earning the conference’s sixth seed and upsetting Denver in the first round. But mounting injuries wore the Warriors down and the eventual Western Conference champion San Antonio Spurs sent Golden State home in six games.
‘‘Well,’’ Jack wrote on Twitter, ‘‘it was fun while it lasted.’’
AP Sports Writer Pat Graham in Denver contributed to this report.
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