The Golden State Warriors have a plethora of elite talent on other teams, and they should consider bringing some of it back to California this offseason.
On a budget this offseason, the Golden State Warriors will need to operate within their bounds.
Without much wiggle room, the team will primarily be looking to add cheap contracts as they look to bring back Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, two players who combined for just five games this season.
With four players on a max-value contract, the Warriors will have to turn to the free-agent market to enhance their roster. While they are also considering dealing their 2020 first-round pick, it’s likely they fill out their roster in free agency.
After making several trades to clear their roster of valuable assets near the 2020 trade deadline, Golden State will potentially look to bring back a few familiar faces.
However, those players would have to re-write the bad taste that many left in the mouths of Warrior fans as the team is now a mere 15-50, the worst record in the NBA. With a healthy roster, this team, along with those low-value pieces, can return to Finals contention.
That said, let’s dive into three pieces that previously played in Golden State that the team should consider bringing back in 2020.