The Golden State Warriors are going to need some help before their potential play-in game. There’s no denying that this team isn’t the dominant force that they were a few years ago, and their 53-point loss confirmed just that.
It’s been a brutal season that has, at times, looked like it would take a turn. However, the truth just remains that this team without Stephen Curry is among the worst in the league. They need a few more players to patch their holes.
With the Golden State Warriors on the fringe of making the West’s play-in game, they must add more talent in the next few weeks.
The buyout market is going to heat up, and Stephen Curry won’t be sidelined for long despite recently missing five straight with a tailbone injury.
With players like LaMarcus Aldridge and Blake Griffin already having selected their team, to no surprise they opted to join the Nets, the Warriors will have to make themselves an attractive destination for others that may eventually be bought out.
The Dubs need a few more scoring options in the backcourt and some additional help in their frontcourt. That said, let’s dive into three options that may be available that they should target in the coming weeks.