SinceGatlingWasARookie wrote:Samurai wrote:A 5-year extension next year that would seriously hinder our finances until he is 35 years old would be an unwise move. If he won't take the 4/100, I think we need to look at moving him for assets.
Who cares about anything past the next 3 years. Once Steph is 34 we are basically done. The only question is do Steph, Klay and Draymond retire with the Warriors or do we ship them out so we could get better lottery picks sooner.clyde21 wrote:
im not ok with 'just being another PO team'...if we pay Dray the max we effectively shut down our window
im okay with the 4/100 I think that's a good deal, anything more and it's not a good investment. his game is not gonna age well at all.
Draymond is worth more to the Warriors than to other teams. Getting a player of equal talent to Draymond back for Draymond knocks the Warriors out of championship contention until after Steph and Klay's' salaries are gone. We are over the salary cap so star free agents can't sign with the Warriors.
Overpayed Draymond and filler plus 4 1st round draft picks might get us Giannis 2 years from now. But I actually feel loyalty towards Draymond and am confused by the fans that seem to want him gone. I get it that he is imatature and out of control in some ways but I think the Warriors would lack part of their team chemistry if he were gone. Will Klay and Steph put pressure on Burks to play defense?
We will not be likely to get equal value for Draymond if we trade him.Mylie10 wrote:You trade Draymond and the championship window slams shut.East Bay Sports wrote:Pay
he needs to retire with this org. Anything less is unacceptable
I think teams like Portland, Dallas and Atlanta would love to have Draymond. Regardless, he is not a 30m/yr for us. If the Lakers are not doing well this year, AD might be on a market. AD said that he want to play for the Dubs couple years back, who's know.