Golden State Warriors NBA Draft: 3 first-round talents that could fall to No. 48

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The Golden State Warriors have the No. 48 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft, what first round talent could fall to that position?

The Golden State Warriors, having not made the bubble, are focusing their efforts more on the offseason. Between the free agency market and the 2020 NBA Draft, there is plenty to look forward to in the coming months as Warriors’ fans.

The biggest highlight of the NBA Draft is the Warriors having the No. 1 pick. There are players like James Wiseman, Obi Toppin, and Anthony Edwards that would make an immediate impact on the Warriors team in 2020-21.

Looking past the No. 1 pick, the Warriors also have the No. 48 pick in the draft. This is one of the most unique second-round picks that the Warriors have. There are many ways that the franchise could go with the selection.

They also have another pick just a few behind No. 48. With the No. 53 pick they own, they could pull off a couple of high-talent, low-value prospects. They’ll also have free agency to enhance their roster.

In fact, there are a plethora of first-round talented players that could fall that late into the draft. The Warriors would be wise to keep these three players on the radar for their No. 48 pick in the upcoming draft.

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