Having shown interest in point guard Goran Dragic following reports of his trade to San Antonio and ensuing buyout, there should be a belief that the Golden State Warriors have a desire to add some talent from the buyout market.
The buyout market hasn’t quite heated up yet with Dragic as the only real player to have become a free agent, but Dennis Schroder is among the names that should be considered to be available in the coming weeks.
The Warriors are going to contend for the NBA Finals. With that goal in mind, should they consider signing Dennis Schroder if he gets bought out?
It’s unknown whether or not the Warriors would actually be interested in the former Laker. However, considering their desire to add Dragic, there should be a conversation to be had on whether or not the mindset is the same for Schroder.
Schroder was recently traded from Boston to Houston.
The Celtics were a playoff-contending team, and the Rockets are far from that. Averaging 12 points per game, Schroder has already played 3 games for Houston. Making under $6 million and on the last year of his contract, Schroder is in the quintessential buyout situation.
But, should the Warriors consider signing the score-first guard if he is bought out in the near future?