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NBA rumors: Golden State Warriors want Australian blood

One of the teams that plans to make the most movements during this preseason is Golden state warriors. The La Bahía team is aware that, despite having the central part of its team already closed, the accompaniment of the best possible secondary players will be vital for the achievement of the objectives and the return of the North American team to the top of the table in the Western Conference of the NBA.

Thus, the Golden State Warriors began the preseason with the election of Jonathan Kuminga and Moses Moody. Those two NBA Draft 2021 lottery picks will join a group of excellent players as with Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, James Wiseman or Kelly Oubre, in addition to a group of secondary commanded by Toscano-Anderson, Nemanja Bjelica (recently signed) and Mychal Mulder which has grown tremendously over the course of the season.

The two current objectives

Thus, the golden box is aware that it needs the arrival of a series of interesting players to raise the benefits of its squad. For this reason, through a transfer that would affect the Utah Jazz, the intention of the Golden State Warriors is none other than to sign Joe Ingles.

Placed on the market by the Salt Lake City franchise, the Australian has emerged this course as an excellent scorer, either off the bench or as part of the starting five.

Joe Ingles would be another scorer under Steve Kerr, a player with greater ease when shooting from the 3-point line, but much more. The Australian is one of those outsiders who can collaborate wonderfully in the quick and effective movement of the ball by his team, as well as having great skills and qualities when it comes to penetrating the zone, dividing and generating advantages.

A great move from the Golden State Warriors front-office if it ends up completing the roster of Steve Kerr.

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