The Golden State Warriors, like every other team, will look to improve their roster offseason. Here are three players that may be lost during that process.
Like every other team, the Golden State Warriors will look to improve this season. Unlike every other team, the Warriors actually have a chance to return to Finals contention with just a few right moves.
Despite a 15-50 record, the Warriors will have several avenues towards improving their roster. One of the most notable ones is their Andre Iguodala-created trade exception, a tool that could bring in a player up to $17.2 million in salary.
They’ll also have the mid-level exception and their 2020 first-round pick, one that they’ll consider trading.
The Warriors could opt to keep the pick, and if they do, it’s assumed Anthony Edwards or James Wiseman would be their pick. The pick is top-five guaranteed as they’ll end with the worst record in the NBA.
Along with that pick, some players will undoubtedly be on the hot seat. Just about every team has every player available for the right price, but would the Warriors be willing to pay that price is the question.
That said, let’s dive into three players they may consider dealing in their quest to being NBA champions in 2021.