You can’t miss the bomb that fell on the NBA on June 30, just hours before the free agency opened. Kevin Durant asked his company, Brooklyn Nets, to trade him. But the most important question now is: Where can you go? How is such a historical transfer made? Immediately zoom in on the Golden State Warriors team view and potential to get your KD back.
Friday 30 June 2022 at 8:49 pm French time, the explosion occurred.
Kevin Durant wants to leave Brooklyn, time is running out and Coco wants to win more episodes. After the time of the thermometer exploding, the entire TrashTalk editorial team has asked themselves the question that torments us all…but where will KD continue his career? To do that, and because we want to push the rave as far as possible, we’ve decided collectively to look at all of the NBA franchises. Yes Yes, All Perks: 29 detailed articles, with a quick overview of what could happen.
Make way for the Golden State Warriors for Stephen Curry.
# Why do warriors go for KD?
Becoming unbeatable again is like when the Warriors converged with Kevin Durant in their ranks. And since Stephen Curry’s squad has just proven that they’ve been able to find the heights without the KD, they can once again welcome Durant with open arms (even if it certainly isn’t mutual…) to smash the competition. Or how you’re pissing off the rest of the league again after the 2016 earthquake.
# Who are the unavailable players?
- Stephen Curry, Clay Thompson, Draymond Green, Andrew Wiggins
Of course, we do not touch the hard core Curry-Thompson-Green. Leaving this trio to stay with the Warriors for life and win their fourth NBA title two weeks ago cements their place a bit more in California franchise history, but also in NBA history quite simply. Another Indispo player, Andrew Wiggins, but not really for the same reasons. While he played a crucial role in bringing the Warriors back to the top, Wiggs cannot participate in a potential trade between Brooklyn and the Golden State at this time. why ? Because a team cannot have multiple players in its team on Designated Rookie Supplement (Like Wiggins currently) Recovered via Transfer. After the Nets have already made a deal to get Ben Simmons back, they can’t welcome Andrew on their roster today.
# Which Warriors Players Can Attract the Nets’ Attention?
- Jordan Paul, Jonathan Cominga, Moses Moody, James Wiseman
There are a few not-so-interesting guys on the San Francisco Bay side. We doubt that’s enough for Nets manager Sean Marks, but let’s review what Golden State can offer. Jordan Paul First, he came off a season in which he, predictably, took a big step. With an average of 17 points at 50-40-90 (shooting percentage, 3 points, free throws) in the playoffs, the 23-year-old linebacker is gaining strength in earnest after a complicated start in the NBA. And proof, he could soon get a $100 million extension over four years. Meanwhile, Jonathan Kominga has shown a glimpse of his potential in his rookie year. Already impressive from a sporting point of view, the seventh pick for the 2021 draft has a bright future ahead. His teammate Musa Modi – the 14th choice – was less prominent but we can see him becoming a strong player in the future, thanks in particular to his shooting skills. As for James Wiseman, injuries weighed heavily on his early career, but let’s not forget we’re talking about a second draft with his entire future ahead of him. The diamond in the rough is 21 years old, may one day explode.
# Do they have draft picks to show them off?
The Warriors will have to give up their first-round pick in Memphis between 2024 and 2026, but other than that they still have all of their first-round picks through 2029, as well as their second-round picks. It is enough to add legitimate capital to a global package that already includes some promising players from the current team.
The perfect warrior pack :
- Jordan Paul
- Jonathan Kuminga
- Moses Modi
- James Wiseman
- 3 or 4 draft picks (2 of the first round picks)
- Find a way to drop 22 million to match salaries / Andrew Wiggins if Ben Simmons kicks the net
Feasibility score: 3/10
Kevin Durant in Golden State class? In fact, nothing is impossible, and as a famous philosopher from Herault said: by doing anything you become anyone. To get a KD, warriors in any case know what they have to do. So, is it tempting or not?