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The Golden State Warriors have gone through a lot this offseason.
Going from Jordan Poole to Chris Paul could be a major adjustment, and the team is aware of that.
That’s why they’ve tried to go the extra mile to get on the same page and get ready for the upcoming campaign.
And so far so good for Steve Kerr’s team, as GM Mike Dunleavy Jr. recently praised the team for their connectivity and all the extra efforts the players have made to get together throughout the course of the offseason.
Dunleavy is impressed with how the team connected this summer pic.twitter.com/j50FPLn0h5
— Warriors on NBCS (@NBCSWarriors) September 25, 2023
Recently, coach Kerr stated that the Warriors have six starters, raising even more questions about who’s going to be in the starting lineup come the start of the season.
Chris Paul didn’t seem to like the idea of coming off the bench at first, but he did admit that he’d be willing to make some compromises depending on how the team feels in training camp.
Having another ball-dominant point guard who likes to control the tempo of the game and plays the opposite way from what they’ve played for years could be odd at first.
But we’re also talking about a future first-ballot Hall of Famer and one of the most intelligent players in NBA history, so one would expect that he’s able to adapt and overcome according to what the team needs from him at the moment.
The Warriors are a big question mark right now, but at least the front office seems to be quite satisfied with the early returns.
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