Troy Daniels isn’t the household name you are used to hearing, but over the course of the last couple of seasons, Daniels has been a dominant three-point shooter. The shooting guard out of Virginia Commonwealth University has never averaged below 2.0 per game in his entire career.
That’s not all, not only does Daniels make at least 2.0 per game for his career, but he also makes almost 40% of the ones that he shoots. Getting this type of production at that percentage is a steal for the price he costs.
Which brings me to my best point, he doesn’t cost a ton. Currently, Daniels is a free agent after being released in March by the Los Angeles Lakers. However, his last contract was worth just over $2 million.
He would immediately make the Warriors better and leave then enough cap space to sign a big-name free agent. Daniels would join Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson and help put the Warriors back on the world stage as the three-point shooting kings.