Why can't we have nice things?
The NBA is broken, and the Warriors love it that way. Golden State is far and away the best team in the Association, and second place isn't even close. This explains the rush to form 'superteams' in hopes of even contending with the roster Golden State employs on a daily basis.
And *gulps* they might not be done adding talent.
The Warriors know this has a marginal chance of success, but league sources say they intend to at least explore their free-agent chances with DeAndre Jordan, who is not only close pals with Kevin Durant but also one of GM Bob Myers' former clients— Marc Stein (@TheSteinLine) June 30, 2018
Center is the one position the Warriors are vulnerable, but with the changing landscape of the NBA it isn't a necessary strength for a team that spaces the floor as well as Golden State. But still, from the Warriors perspective, why the hell not?
If there is some cap loophole here, Bob Myers will find it, and the Warriors will take full advantage. Jordan is good friends with Kevin Durant and Draymond Green, and all three have expressed interest in playing with one another at some point in their careers.
NBA fans might hate to hear it, but DeAndre to the Warriors is a very real topic of conversation. Just another reminder that this is Golden State's world and we're just living in it.