3 veterans playing in the bubble that Golden State Warriors should target

PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 24: Kyle Korver of the Milwaukee Bucks looks on during the NBA Paris Game match between Charlotte Hornets and Milwaukee Bucks on January 24, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)
PARIS, FRANCE - JANUARY 24: Kyle Korver of the Milwaukee Bucks looks on during the NBA Paris Game match between Charlotte Hornets and Milwaukee Bucks on January 24, 2020 in Paris, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images) /
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Kyle Korver

All three of these free agents would be for different prices and help the Warriors in different aspects. After being one of the oldest teams in the league, the Warriors completely changed their course and looked towards the future.

That’s, in part, where Kyle Korver may come into play. Korver is one of the best shooters to ever grace the hardwood. While the team does have Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Korver could be more of a teacher and specialty tool for Kerr.

Currently with Milwaukee, Korver will be a veteran’s minimum wherever he goes. He’d slot in as the third-string shooting guard, but he could have an impact on almost any lineup that needs shooting.

As shooting is a priority for the team’s frontcourt this season, Korver could give tips while also being able to come in and perform well for Kerr. He’d be a liability defensively, but that’s where Thompson and Green help out.

Korver is averaging 6.7 points per game on 42% from downtown. It’s crazy to think the Warriors wouldn’t want a player like that, and if he can keep that up against the NBA’s best teams, you’d like to think he’ll have a hot market this offseason even at 39 years old.