The Golden State Warriors dynasty could be coming to an end, with a few signs pointing toward a potentially bleak future in San Francisco for Stephen Curry and company.
Recently, longtime general manager Bob Myers decided to leave the storied NBA franchise after over a decade of helping build the roster into one of the best we’ve ever seen, changing the league entirely with an emphasis on three-point shooting.
With Myers now headed elsewhere, the team will have the massive task of replacing him and then figuring out how to put the championship pieces back together to remain a contender moving forward, which also will be no easy task.
The future of every player in San Francisco, outside of Curry, has been put into question, as there’s no telling what may happen this summer.
One player with perhaps the most uncertain future is Jordan Poole, who is coming off a forgettable performance in the playoffs and could be the big-name player sent packing in a blockbuster trade this summer.
On Friday, the Warriors ironically looked back to when the team drafted Poole out of the University of Michigan with the No. 28 overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft.
— Golden State Warriors (@warriors) June 2, 2023
Poole’s future in Golden State is very much up in the air, as it is starting to seem as though he doesn’t fit in the team’s system and has enough value around the league to be an intriguing trade piece.
Another player with an uncertain future is Draymond Green, who has a player option with the team for next season, but may decide to opt out now that Myers is gone and the franchise’s direction is anything but set in stone.NEXT: Analyst Describes 'Anxiety, Curiousity' Around Warriors After Bob Myers' Departure