The Golden State Warriors offseason goal is to build a championship-level roster. They can do that by adding one of these low-profile veterans.
With a 15-50 record, the Golden State Warriors season is over. They won’t be part of the 22-team restart that will take place in Orlando.
There is several silver linings to having this gap season in their historic dynasty though, and one immediate one is that this team won’t have to take what may ultimately be a drama-filled trip to Orlando.
With several players already testing positive for COVID-19 which ended the Warriors season early, the restart is now just about a month away. On top of skipping out on that, the Warriors will be granted a top-five pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.
They have that pick and then their Andre Iguodala-created $17.2 million trade exception at their disposal. They’ll also have a mid-level exception to use. The two exceptions will be if they decide to be big spenders this offseason.
They don’t have to be though, but they do need to add to their roster. That said, let’s dive into five low-profile players that could help the team instantly become title contenders again.