Although the Minnesota Timberwolves ranked first in the 2020 NBA Draft, the Warriors are the most interesting team to enter next month’s tournament.
The Warriors rank second in draft picks, and they can develop in several different directions in terms of selection.
At this point, almost every option has been analyzed in a million different ways. They can stick to their choice and use it in one of several top potential customers, including Anthony Edwards, James Wiseman or Deni Avdija, to name a few.
Or general manager Bob Myers (Bob Myers) can trade the second overall pick alone or with other assets in exchange for an old NBA veteran with a win-win mentality.
How should the Warriors treat the No. 2 pick? Grant Liffmann (Grant Liffmann) of NBC Sports Bay Area posed this question in the latest episode of “Runnin̵
Chapman said, “It’s difficult.” “And I’m sure that’s what they are trying to achieve. What those guys are doing outside, Steve. [Kerr]Bob [Myers], They are so thoughtful, and I think they are playing chess. it’s beautiful.
“When they traded for Andrew Wiggins last year, I thought it was great. He is a young player who is very suitable for growing up with Steph. [Curry] Clay [Thompson], If he takes a step. “
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If Chapman decides, he will not see the Warriors stick to the draft.
Chapman said: “I’m not sure if anyone in this year’s draft can make this team work and make a big difference.” “So, I almost hope they try to pack it in some way. Or late this season. Pick and trade later.
“But they are in a weird position. But it’s a good place. Oh, they won the championship a few years ago and got the second overall pick. Come on.”
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Regardless of how Myers and the Warriors treat draft picks, it is vital that they make the right decisions to keep their NBA championship window open.