Will the Golden State Warriors Play the Free Agency Game?

July 2nd, 2010 by Shaun Weissman Leave a reply »
Around this time last year, Warriors fans across the Bay Area were excited with the young talent and potential that the blue and orange had put together.

No, the Warriors weren't a contender, but the team had some nice pieces, and as the season went along, they cleared some cap space for this year's free agent frenzy.

On the one-week anniversary of the 2010 Draft, the Golden State faithful should be questioning everything the Warriors front office is doing.  

First, they traded Corey Maggette to Milwaukee for Dan Gadzuric and Charlie Bell.  Sure, that gives the team more cap space, but who are the Warriors really going to be able to sign?

The best sales pitch that the Warriors have to offer has very little to do with the team. After all, the roster is filled with inexperienced talent and no inside presence, and add a wacky coach to that mix.

Stephen Curry, Monta Ellis, injury prone and well overpaid Andris Biedrins, Anthony Randolph, Brandan Wright, and recent lottery pick (likely going to be a bust for where he was drafted and the fact he was taken before Greg Monroe) Ekpe Udoh.

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