As for the Warriors, we are trying to support the Curry-Thompson-Green trio as best as possible in order to quickly regain the top of the league, even if it means sacrificing the 7th draft choice, but also the 14th.
Except that on the eve of the big ceremony, Bob Myers still has not found an interesting counterpart in his eyes. Therefore, if exchanges can still take place and everything should accelerate in the home stretch, Golden State must also work on the scenario where the club would keep its two choices.
According to the San Francisco Chronicle, the Warriors would also have their sights on Josh Giddey. Invited to the Green Room, the 18-year-old Australian is a tall point guard in the style of Luka Doncic. If he does not have the pedigree of the Slovenian, and that he is much less ready for the NBA, Josh Giddey comes out of a good season in the NBL with 11 points, 7 rebounds and 7 assists of average where he was even the youngest player in history to achieve a triple-double.
What seduce Luc Longley who even called Steve Kerr to advise him to watch the Australian prodigy.
Josh Giddey Would Love To Play With Stephen Curry
With a Jordan Poole as the sixth man who expresses himself more in a shooter register, the Warriors are looking for a player who can create for others when Stephen Curry is resting on the bench. It is for this reason that Josh Giddey’s rating increases on the edges of San Francisco, especially since we remember that Steve Kerr loved to use Andre Iguodala to launch the game systems off the bench.
Asked some time ago about the possibility of playing alongside Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, Josh Giddey sees no problem. “Playing with players like Steph and Klay who are great at the ball-less game is heaven for a passer like me. Learning from them would only be a bonus. “
Not to mention the other leader, Draymond Green, and the style of play advocated by Golden State, based on the movement of the ball and collective play. “Obviously Draymond (Green) is known to be an incredible leader. Also under the Steve Kerr era, the Warriors had so many good times. “
Enough to adopt the Australian accent… even if the Ben Simmons track has been abandoned.