As the Golden State Warriors 2019-20 campaign seems all but lost thanks to injury, focus now shifts to the 2020-21 campaign and on which Warriors players will be back next season.
Steve Kerr’s men have been left heavily depleted at times this campaign with a recent spell of games leaving the Golden State Warriors with the league minimum eight players.
As a result, Kerr, Bob Myers and the rest of the Warriors front office have had time in abundance to evaluate their young talent and have found quality rotation pieces in Eric Paschall, Damion Lee and Ky Bowman.
The D’Angelo Russell sign and trade has prevented the Warriors from converting Bowman and Lee’s two-way contracts into full NBA contracts and a lack of suitable trade candidates at this point means Lee and Bowman’s 45 days will end most likely end midseason.
The Dubs current roster which is the third youngest in the league will have gained invaluable experience with the struggles of this campaign. The question is how many of those players will be on the roster in 2020-21?
Out of the 16 players currently on the Warriors roster, the majority have shown enough to remain on the roster in the 2020-21 season but one or two will likely leave. Time to sort them into categories.