4. Dorian Finney-Smith
The Nets have a logjam on the wing. Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson are their preferred options. It appears Ben Simmons will start alongside them this season with Royce O’Neale, Dorian Finney-Smith, and Cam Thomas fighting for playing time off the bench.
The Warriors saw Doe-Doe up close in the 2022 Western Conference Finals when he played for the Mavericks. The 6’7 wing can play both forward spots and is comfortable operating without the ball. He transformed into an elite shooter in Dallas and has the versatility and flexibility to guard every player on the floor.
The Dubs could put him at the three or four in their closing lineup for added size and the ability to switch. Finney-Smith is comfortable being the fifth offensive option on the floor and has an underrated skill set.
The Brooklyn Nets want a first-round draft pick for Royce O’Neale and Dorian Finney-Smith, but they did not trade them this summer. Doe-Doe has two years plus a player option remaining on his contract. Golden State could get a key rotation piece for multiple seasons as they look to make a couple more depth playoff runs with Stephen Curry leading their charge.
The Golden State Warriors do not have to target a wing. They could look to solve their center issues by trading for a former Celtics who is now in Portland.