When the Warriors’ dynasty began, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green were all learners. Since the Golden State Warriors plan to return to the NBA championship as soon as possible next season, the trio must become masters.
Curry (32 years old), Thompson (30 years old) and Green (all 30 years old) are the three oldest Warriors to sign next season and the only three players over 30 years old. These three players and 24-year-old Kevin Looney (Kevon Looney) are the only remaining players on any winning team from the Golden State Warriors.
Veteran voices like Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston and David West are gone forever, and the Warriors’ The Big Three will become life-long leaders. However, the general manager and president of the basketball division Bob Myers (Bob Myers) does not expect them to do it alone. He said that the Golden State Warriors will prioritize adding experience during the offseason.
“[We] Miles said in a video conference with reporters on Wednesday that some veterans are indeed still needed. “Our three core characters…will have to be veterans, but we also want to give them some old voices. We will have to consider free agency.”
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After the trade deadline, the Warriors accepted the youth sports, adjusted the lineup, and continued to eliminate the young lineup before the season was suspended due to the coronavirus pandemic. This is largely unnecessary, because Curry (severe hand) is only suitable for once, while Thompson (ACL rehabilitation) is not at all after the deadline.
Players like Eric Paschall and Marquese Chriss played a bigger role in the game, but the Golden State Warriors played a major role in Curry, Thompson, Green and Rooney. Outside the playoffs experience remains light. Wiggins is the only other player to participate in the playoffs, he only participated in one playoff series.
By selecting this year’s second pick into the lineup, the Warriors will be greatly younger, and their rumored free agency goal is an experienced balance. Golden State has connections with point guard Jeremy Lin, center Dwight Howard and power forward Paul Millsap. Lin (Lin) is a 32-year-old player who has participated in 480 NBA games.
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In most cases, the Warriors’ offseason can be attributed to the addition of these three players, from drafting a prospect that would ideally replace the team’s focus to signing the “old voice” mentioned by Miles.
This approach relies on the core you can rely on, which is what Miles knows the Warriors have. Curry, Thompson and Green all proved this.
Miles said: “I believe you can bet on our guys.” “They have proven it. This is not an unknown. They have done it before, so you want to believe it will happen again. I’m glad to see it like The same as basketball fans. I want to see as important as anyone.”