The Golden State Warriors need just a bit of help in the 2020 free agency period. One such need is additional frontcourt depth.
There’s no denying this season has been a tough ride for the Golden State Warriors. What’s even been worse is the play of their frontcourt.
They kicked off the season with Willie Cauley-Stein as the only consistent center. While Marquese Chriss has also been in and out, having been cut and re-signed, the Warriors have had a rotating door at the center.
They can also put some of that on Kevon Looney, a player they signed to an eight-figure deal this past offseason.
Looney has missed the bulk of the 2019-2020 season. After a stellar postseason, Looney somehow managed to secure more than $3 million per year on an extremely team extremely close to the NBA hard cap.
Well, the Warriors, in order to potentially get additional help in their frontcourt, will target the free agency market. Of who will be available and with four players on max-value contracts, the Warriors will be extremely limited in the search of their next great bargain.
That said, let’s dive into three players they view as their next solid team-friendly contract.