This offseason will be a very important one for the Golden State Warriors. With Steph and Klay due to return to action, their Championship aspirations have returned, as has their identity.
But to win in the ultra-competitive West without KD, the Warriors will need to be wise in their next moves which, according to Steve Kerr, they’ve already thought through.
Speaking to Drew Shiller of NBC Sports, Kerr revealed some details behind their line of thinking entering free agency and draft.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr to @timkawakami: “Right now, we’re not big enough or athletic enough to get to where we want to be. But we all know that. I think Bob (Myers) would be the first to tell you this roster is far from being finished.” 👀
— Drew Shiller (@DrewShiller) October 7, 2020
The Dubs are already pretty stacked with the Splash Bros., Draymond Green, and Andrew Wiggins. Still, they are not a team known for being complacent, and they are always looking for ways to improve.
This offseason for them will be all about finding some size and athleticism to add alongside their already lethal lineup of players. Who knows, they might even make a trade to get the job done.
Either way, it will be a busy time in San Francisco over the next few months.