The Golden State Warriors will have another highly active offseason in 2020, and they’ll have a few forgotten assets to use as well.
There’s no denying this season has been tough for the Golden State Warriors.
The Warriors have 17 games still left on the schedule, and they had just 15 wins.
With over three times as many losses, the Warriors were hoping for the season to come to a quick end. They got just the opposite. With the season in limbo, there’s no telling when basketball will be back.
Coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, has forced the league to postpone matches and ultimately suspend the season. Without an end to the season in mind, the Warriors can firmly look towards the future as they were already out of playoff contention.
The only team in the NBA already eliminated from the playoffs, the Warriors season was riddled by injuries, and there wasn’t much anyone could do about it. But, in several months, a new season will be upon us.
Before we get there, the Warriors will likely look to enhance their already-solid roster. Here are three oftentimes forgotten assets they’ll enter the 2020 offseason with.