The Golden State Warriors, as with many teams around the league, are starting to agree to terms with free agents. Knowing their cap situation, the Warriors will be limited to the mid-level extension and veteran’s minimums when looking to fill out their roster.
Most teams across the NBA would have been thrilled to have the haul the Golden State Warriors just had in the 2021 NBA Draft. While the Dubs have some concerns about mismatched timelines among their core — the additions of Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody are exciting.
Recently, Joe Lacob stated that a blockbuster trade would be unlikely for the Golden State Warriors this summer. Now, according to a source reported by NBC Sports — the reason for that unlikelihood is because the Dubs are only interested in one player, who isn’t currently available to them.
Free agency is officially underway NBA free agency is officially underway, and the Golden State Warriors have made their first splash, agreeing to a veteran’s minimum deal with 28-year old wing Otto Porter Jr.
There’s no denying that many fans would’ve preferred that the Golden State Warriors traded their two lottery picks in the 2021 NBA Draft. But, they didn’t, and now Golden State is going to desperately need to add veterans to support the Big 3.
The Golden State Warriors currently hold two selections in this year’s NBA Draft, holding the No. 7 and No. 14 overall selections. Golden State has expressed interest in trading one or both of their picks for a player who can make an immediate impact with Bradley Beal being atop their wishlist.