Millsap is a power forward who just finished his third season with the Denver Nuggets. Millsap has appeared in the All-Star game four times, all while playing under the Atlanta hawks.
After these four consecutive All-Star seasons though, Millsap’s performance plateaued. He keeps his shooting percentages in the 50% range, however, he is not shooting as much as he used to given how dominant the Nuggets were.
Therefore he’s also not scoring as much as he used to. His numbers may not be great, but his impact is still there.
As with Gallinari, what’s impressive about Millsap is that as he’s aged he’s continued to get better from behind the arc, something the Warriors crave in a potential role player. He’s shooting 44% from deep this season.
That’s terrific and something that should catch Golden State’s eye.
Millsap is in the last year of a contract in which he’s currently making over $30 million from. There’s no way he’ll see that type of market again in the 2020 offseason so he may be the perfect addition for Golden State.