3 reasons the Warriors should sign Andrew Bogut

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 10: Andrew Bogut of the Kings pulls down a rebound during the round 17 NBL match between the Perth Wildcats and the Sydney Kings at RAC Arena on February 10, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
PERTH, AUSTRALIA - FEBRUARY 10: Andrew Bogut of the Kings pulls down a rebound during the round 17 NBL match between the Perth Wildcats and the Sydney Kings at RAC Arena on February 10, 2019 in Perth, Australia. (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images) /
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Need/Fit

The Golden State Warriors were thought to become front runners for Robin Lopez. However, Lopez, the Bulls’ starting center at the beginning of the year, was never bought out. Now, Andrew Bogut might be the Dubs best option if they crave shot blocking.

Bogut won’t expect much money, won’t expect many minutes and can contribute significant production without much playing time. Those three aspects of Bogut’s game combine to make him an ideal candidate for the Warriors last roster spot.

Providing an array of different lineup options, Bogut’s arrival would allow Kerr to use Jordan Bell and Kevon Looney in more unique scenarios. Bell could be used when Kerr seeks a more versatile lineup while Looney could take the court in case Bogut struggles in the pick-and-roll or is simply tired.

Kerr would have a full arsenal to back up DeMarcus Cousins for both times when he’s out of the game and in case he gets injured throughout what’s expected to be a tiring playoff run.

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Bogut would be the quintessential addition for the Golden State Warriors.