The Golden State Warriors have done it again. Just when everybody thought the Los Angeles Lakers were finally bound for Championship contention, they convince DeMarcus Cousins to sign a 1-year deal.
With that kind of squad, the Dubs are bound to feature 5 All-Stars in the starting five, not to mention the fact that they also have one Finals MVP as their 6th man and one of the best coaches in the league.
The NBA has become kind of boring in the end, as we all know nobody can beat the Dubs, regardless of how hard you try, and many people believe the league should actually do something to try and stop this from happening. But in the meantime, why don’t we take a look at other potential signings the Dubs could do en route to yet another Larry O’Brien trophy.
6. Stephen A. Smith
Stephen A Smith never stops yelling. He just doesn’t. We don’t know what’s his motivation of why he’s so angry, but we do know winning an NBA title would put a smile on everybody’s face. Also, if the Golden State Warriors wind up signing Stephen A, he might stop hating and stating that they ruined the NBA.
5. Skip Bayless
The Golden State Warriors should be awarded with some kind of charity trophy after pretty much giving away rings to players like Nick Young, Zaza Pachulia and JaVale McGee, so they might put the cherry on top of the sundae by signing controversial Skip Bayless, who averaged 1.4 points per game through his high school senior year.
4. Lionel Messi
Lionel Messi is considered by most as the GOAT, but he’s never been able to prove his worth his Argentina. As a matter of fact, he even retired from his homeland’s soccer squad following back-to-back-to-back losses in the Finals, a very LeBron-esque move, tbh. So, by joining the Warriors, he might be finally able to accomplish his never fulfilled dream: becoming a World Champion, even if it’s not in soccer.
3. Cristiano Ronaldo
Cristiano Ronaldo already knows what is like to win it all with Real Madrid and has even led his country to a Eurocup Championship, so now that they’ve signed his lifelong rival Messi, they might as well put an end to the controversy and make them teammates once and for all. Also, Ronaldo has really wowed us with his hops and vertical leap, so he could really, really thrive in the NBA. He’s gonna flop a lot, though.
2. Charles Barkley
Charles Barkley is one of the greatest players never to win an NBA Championship, mostly because he had the bad luck to play during the Michael Jordan era. He’s a bit overweight now and according to most of his comments, he’s not much of a fan of “jump shooting teams” and modern basketball. Still, him paired with Draymond Green would be really fun to watch, not to mention the fact that they could try and bet on who gets more technical fouls.
1. Woody Harrelson
As a matter of fact, the beloved Hollywood is a die-hard basketball fan and is often seen in Golden State’s home game. Furthermore, considering his great handles and how agile he’s shown to be in “Now you see me” 1 and 2, he may be able to hypnotize us and convince us to continue watching the NBA even despite the fact that we already know the Dubs are going to win the title.