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  1. #1
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    2021-2022 Season

    Curry/Poole/Iguodala
    Klay/Moody/Lee
    Wiggins/Porter/Kuminga
    Green/Bjelica/JTA
    Wiseman/Looney

    I think that's my guess for what it will be going in to camp.

    JTA can go down a spot. Poole, Moody, Green, Lee, Kuminga, and Bjelica can move up a spot.

    I'm putting Iguodala at 1 because I'm assuming his main role is to help run the 2nd unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Curry/Poole/Iguodala
    Klay/Moody/Lee
    Wiggins/Porter/Kuminga
    Green/Bjelica/JTA
    Wiseman/Looney

    I think that's my guess for what it will be going in to camp.

    JTA can go down a spot. Poole, Moody, Green, Lee, Kuminga, and Bjelica can move up a spot.

    I'm putting Iguodala at 1 because I'm assuming his main role is to help run the 2nd unit.
    who opens the season starting for klay?

    Poole

    Wiggins (with porter starting at 3)

    D Lee

    Moody

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    who opens the season starting for klay?

    Poole

    Wiggins (with porter starting at 3)

    D Lee

    Moody
    I think it should be Poole. Wouldnít be surprised is it was Porter. So they could keep the scoring punch of Poole on the bench. Long shot would be Moody as he does some of the similar things. Also keeps Pooleís scoring on the bench but would feel a little like a slap to Poole unless Moody legit beats him out. Lee shouldnít play outside garbage minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    I think it should be Poole. Wouldnít be surprised is it was Porter. So they could keep the scoring punch of Poole on the bench. Long shot would be Moody as he does some of the similar things. Also keeps Pooleís scoring on the bench but would feel a little like a slap to Poole unless Moody legit beats him out. Lee shouldnít play outside garbage minutes.
    I think Poole has the best chance.... but Moody might be a little bit better than some people think. He can hit open shots and he looks like he could play off green and curry well. Regardless of who starts, I expect pool to be playing over 25 minutes a night until klay gets back.

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    Kerr does strange things with rotations when there is an injury. He'll take the #3 and start him over #2 because he doesn't want everyone to change their roles.

    It could be Lee, it could be Poole, and it could be Moody.

    If Porter comes in in great shape it could be Wiggins with Porter starting at the 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by likemystylez View Post
    I think Poole has the best chance.... but Moody might be a little bit better than some people think. He can hit open shots and he looks like he could play off green and curry well. Regardless of who starts, I expect pool to be playing over 25 minutes a night until klay gets back.
    I know itís a small sample but Iím super impressed with Moodys rebounding. Thatís gonna be a huge plus. Yea Poole will def have a large role but still think heís shown enough to get the start.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    Kerr does strange things with rotations when there is an injury. He'll take the #3 and start him over #2 because he doesn't want everyone to change their roles.

    It could be Lee, it could be Poole, and it could be Moody.

    If Porter comes in in great shape it could be Wiggins with Porter starting at the 3.
    Yea I get why Kerr does it but Iíd rather start strong with Poole. I hope itís not Lee.

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    Either way Warriors I would say offensively y'all lookin solid for next season but defensively y'all are getting back to what made y'all a dynasty in the first place especially with all those off season moves but also strengthening your 2nd unit

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    I canít find it but Iím hearing Nico is leaving Warriors 2-way and signing for an Italian team

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    I canít find it but Iím hearing Nico is leaving Warriors 2-way and signing for an Italian team
    He's had the offer out there for a while and he hasn't signed it so I'm not too surprised.

    I don't know why the Warriors don't value PGs.

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    I think we should take a hard look at Kyle Guy for the last spot

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    I think we should take a hard look at Kyle Guy for the last spot
    He certainly has looked good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    He's had the offer out there for a while and he hasn't signed it so I'm not too surprised.

    I don't know why the Warriors don't value PGs.
    Cause the system is built around Steph who isnít a traditional pg. Kerr likes uniformity. Still would rather gamble on Nico then whoever we end up signing.

    If we gamble on youth Frank Ntilikina or Dennis Smith Jr. If we gamble on vet/health then Avery Bradley.

    Would love Hart but that isnít happening

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    Quote Originally Posted by COOLbeans View Post
    I think we should take a hard look at Kyle Guy for the last spot
    I think heís worth a flyer but I donít see him getting more than a 2 way and he wants a full contract.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TrueFan420 View Post
    Cause the system is built around Steph who isnít a traditional pg. Kerr likes uniformity. Still would rather gamble on Nico then whoever we end up signing.

    If we gamble on youth Frank Ntilikina or Dennis Smith Jr. If we gamble on vet/health then Avery Bradley.

    Would love Hart but that isnít happening
    Warriors still own Nico's rights, but he's playing in Italy this year.

    Frank and Dennis have been pretty bad.

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