3 players the Golden State Warriors should’ve targeted in free agency

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The Golden State Warriors had an underwhelming free agency period in terms of finding playmaking to help Stephen Curry while Klay Thompson remains sidelined.

They did add a plethora of talented veterans, but if that’s enough will be a question only answered with time. For now, the Warriors will be rocking with five new additions, three veteran forwards and two rookies.

The Golden State Warriors did enough to contend in free agency, but it would’ve been a far better few months had they added one of these veterans.

The Dubs added Andre Iguodala, Otto Porter Jr., and Nemanja Bjelica. All three should have a role in the offense, but none have much playmaking in their offensive arsenal. That’s what the Warriors needed the most.

Ever since Kevin Durant left, the Warriors have been putting the entire offensive burden on Curry. With Thompson out, that’s more understandable, but they needed playmaking to help him. They didn’t get it.

With players that could’ve been signed for little on the market, the Warriors needed to target these three veterans during the free agency period.

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