The 22-year-old rookie shot 41.7% prior to the league shut down. Averaging 22.6 minutes per game, the Boston College alumni averaged 7.4 points per game. Bowman notched 12 starts, and 45 appearances overall this season.
His per 36-minute averages tell a similar story. However, it’s his grit and determination that could’ve been the reason he earned more minutes. After originally signing on for a two-way deal, Bowman earned his way onto the 15-man roster.
The one thing that sticks out about Bowman is that he knows his role, and he does it very well. While he notched almost two quarters per game, the young guard committed just 1.6 turnovers per game.
That’s one aspect of his game that Kerr loves. Bowman protects the ball, and he does it well. While his efficiency could increase, his steadiness with the ball should’ve earned him more minutes on a turnover-happy Warriors.
Expect all three of players, or at least a couple, to see an uptick in minutes this coming season.