The NBA’s free agency is about seven o’clock, and the Warriors have not made a single move.
This is probably by design, as they patiently wait for all the big money agents to get off the board before attacking the cheaper players.
After reportedly swallowing Kelly Aubrey Jr. in his $ 17.2 million exception, traded players, the Warriors still have a $ 5.7 million taxpayer exception at the mid-level and minimum contracts to offer. At some point, if approved by the NBA, they may also have an exception of $ 9.3 million players as a result of Clay Thompson’s torn Achilles season.
But for now, Bob Myers and Co. are waiting for pieces to come off the board.
With that in mind, we asked Warriors fans who wanted to see the team during a free agency.
The answers varied, but there were some common names among the answers, including Avery Bradley, Serge Ibaka, Jay Crowder and DeMarcus Cousins.
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There were several apostates, such as Rajon Rondo, Aaron Baines and Ton Maker.
Several fans have also suggested PJ Tucker, which will have to be acquired through trading. But NBC Sports Bay Area’s Brian Witt offered a similar deal last week, although Warriors now uses TPE. If Golden State gets an exception for a disabled player, Tucker’s one-year contract for $ 7.8 million will fit.
Of course, the Warriors will have to convince the Rockets to make a deal with them. But future draft proposals can be compelling when an owner tries to cut a salary.
Here are some of the best answers from our followers:
Warriors still have work to do to make sure their roster is in the best possible place when the season begins on Dec. 22, but once the dust settles, Myers may find himself with one or two of the players offered. above.
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