After the success of getting the seventh ring in its history (and the fourth in the last seven years), Golden State Warriors he must sta
After the success of getting the seventh ring in its history (and the fourth in the last seven years), Golden State Warriors he must start working on his roster enhancement in the offseason to retain that championship title in 2023. The first step for the San Francisco franchise is the 2022 NBA Draft.
For starters, the Warriors have two Draft picks for this year’s edition, which takes place in three days (June 23). They have a 1st round pick (their own, No. 28) and a 2nd round pick (No. 51, from the Toronto Raptors, which the Bay team acquired from the Philadelphia 76ers in the transfer of Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III in 2020).
NBA Rumors have noted that the Golden State Warriors are looking to get more roster depth this summer. Taking into account that the ‘back-court’ positions are very well covered with the presence of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Jordan Poole, Damion Lee and Moses Moody (Gary Payton II could leave in Free Agency 2022), most likely is that both rounds focus on looking for ‘forwards’ and ‘centers’.
The small forward position, the weakest
The Warriors are currently not very left over from small forwards. With Andrew Wiggins (trade rumored), Andre Iguodala (close to retirement), Otto Porter Jr and Juan Toscano-Anderson (both set to be free agents on July 1), it’s clear what the goal is for The franchise should go on the 23rd.