Jordan Poole Leads The Warriors Next Generation
The Golden State Warriors are once again back in the NBA finals after a 4-year drought. The last time they were in the finals (2018) they won thanks to their big three: Kevin Durant, Steph Curry, and Klay Thompson. A season later, KD was traded and Thompson got injured and has only returned to his full strength in the current 21/22 NBA season. Place a bet on the 21/22 NBA Finals and see who takes home the chip at New Jersey Online Casinos such as DraftKings, BetMGM, and FanDuel.
They are in this season's NBA Finals and they are looking very strong. During their downtime, they focused heavily on investing in their young players and making sure that they develop their confidence--and this has paid off immensely for them this season because they have been the wind underneath Steph and Klay's wings.
The Warriors’ front office has always prioritized their decisions around their younger players which led to their success in the past 7 years. Stephen Curry was drafted in 2009, and in exchange, the Warriors let Monta Ellis go so as to build around Steph’s game.
They have a future-forward strategy towards trades and drafts, which has helped the organization reach new heights and ultimately win championships. 12 years later, the Warriors are in a similar situation. This time they have to decide between two young talents who will benefit them in the future after the big three call their career.
Jordan Poole signed a 4-year $10 million contract with the Dubs, he will be a restricted free agent after the 2022-23 season, but the Warriors will definitely make sure to sign Poole to a multi-year extension this summer as they prepare for the rise of their next young star.