Dragic’s experience makes him a proven winner
Dragic has been on winning teams multiple times throughout his career, some of which have made deep playoff runs, like in 2020 when he helped get the Miami Heat to the NBA Finals.
He has also helped get the Phoenix Suns to the playoffs, being a key player on a team that made the Western Conference Finals in 2010.
Dragic has played with multiple great players at many different positions. In Phoenix, he played with Steve Nash, Amar’e Stoudemire, and Shaquille O’Neal; he played with Dwyane Wade, Chris Bosh, Jimmy Butler, and Bam Adebayo in Miami.
With all the experience he has and all the all-time greats he has played with, Dragic can pass on his knowledge to the younger players. He can help Poole make better reads on the drive or help Kuminga with his game in the post.
He can use examples of what his former teammates used to do, tell stories of what they did to practice in certain areas and have opportunities to teach the plethora of young players on the Warriors roster.
Dragic could also play a helpful role in the locker room, helping boost morale with teaching moments, like Draymond Green or Andre Iguodala tend to do.
Goran Dragic has been an elite player for a long time, maybe it’s his turn to become an elite teacher as well, helping to bring the next era of Golden State basketball to fruition.