SG: Moses Moody
The Warriors drafted Moody, Jonathan Kuminga, Jordan Poole, and James Wiseman as part of their two-timeline plan. Their current core would lead the way with the young group ready to step in as the key members of the dynasty declined. Wiseman was the first to go, and Poole was shipped out this summer. Kuminga has been in trade rumors for months and could be moved.
Golden State has not seen what the 21-year-old can do yet. His playing time and role have been inconsistent during his first two years after being the 14th overall pick in 2021. Moody averaged a career-high 13.0 minutes per game last season. It would take a massive leap to becoming a 30-minute per-game starter, but the Warriors want to help him reach his ceiling.
Moody is 6’6 and a career 36.3 percent 3-point shooter over his first 245 attempts. Can he develop into the 3-and-D wing every team desires? Moody is not afraid of the moment. He made 20 of his first 35 playoff 3-point attempts and stayed in their postseason rotation in 2023 as they searched for answers.
The Golden State Warriors dream that Moses Moody can be a strong 3-and-D wing around their two new stars in five years. He will be 26 years old and just entering his prime as the 2028-29 season tips off.