The Golden State Warriors can drastically improve their roster this coming offseason with a few easy yet league-changing moves.
While the Golden State Warriors’ 15-50 record doesn’t reflect the roster’s talent, they’ll nonetheless need some help if they want to get back to true Finals contention.
After losing Kevin Durant last offseason, the hole that his lack of production will cause on this next season will be far more obvious. After Stephen Curry‘s injury in the fourth game of the season, the Warriors knew this season was already over.
Prior to the season, it was obvious that it wouldn’t be overly easy for them to even make the playoffs after Klay Thompson suffered a torn ACL in Game 6 of the 2019 NBA Finals. The Warriors had been a lock to make the past five postseasons, being one of the best teams in the West.
While they’ll be a sure-fire playoff team this coming season, the playoffs are no longer their main objective. This team is still in championship-or-bust mode, and since that’s the case, they’ll need to do all they can to improve their roster this offseason.
That said, here are three ways they can do so even with their limited cap space.