The Golden State Warriors are going to take the league’s second-best record into the All-Star break, and they’ll be looking to keep that pace as the season progresses.
While they’ve tailed off a bit since their electric start, the Warriors will be expecting to get both James Wiseman and Draymond Green on the court in the next several weeks. For Wiseman, it will be his first action of the season.
The Golden State Warriors have had a terrific start to their season, but there are a few moves they can make to ensure they sustain their success.
Golden State set itself up for success in the offseason, adding veterans like Otto Porter Jr. and Andre Iguodala. Both have played an impactful role for the team, and both should have a spot in the postseason rotation.
The Warriors have title aspirations, and they have a roster that’s capable of getting to that level. Now, Golden State did fail to make any moves prior to the 2022 trade deadline, so they clearly don’t view any hole as large enough to warrant moving some of their young assets.
With the deadline having passed, the Warriors still have ways they can improve their roster. That said, let’s dive into 3 moves the Golden State Warriors should make following the much-needed All-Star break.