Will the Warriors’ Future Include Anthony Randolph and Brandan Wright?

May 7th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
It's hard to speculate on what the future may look like for the Golden State Warriors, but the general consensus says the NBA offseason will be a very busy period of time for the Warriors.

Ownership issues aside, the Warriors have some very critical decisions to make concerning the composition of their roster, and if they get it right, the playoffs are not out of the question in 2011.

Most of the conversation has centered around Monta Ellis and his future with the team, but what the Warriors do with forwards Anthony Randolph and Brandan Wright may have just as big an impact on the Warriors' future.

Everyone knows Golden State suffered from a lack of consistent post play, and Wright and Randolph could alleviate this problem, even though they each have very different approaches in their methods.

Randolph and Wright are both 6'10" but Randolph is comfortable playing away from the basket and even has some perimeter skills, while Wright is more of a traditional post player.

I am more familiar with Wright from his time at North Carolina University, and even then he was a dominant post player because of his enormou ...

Read Full Article at Bleacher Report - NBA
Article written by


Comments are closed.