According to The Athletic's Anthony Slater, the Warriors could reshffule their roster should the team have an unexpectedly hard time in the postseason. I'd like to point out that this would be an insane overreaction after amassing so much talent. But, to be fair, I'm not sure how realistic it is, and also teams constantly think of hypothetical moves before ultimately deciding that the best course of action is in fact doing jack.
Still, just in case a re-structure is a real possibility, Draymond Green warned against it by pointing out the very obvious fact that the team may never be in position to have a run like this again. Green pointed to the Spurs as the gold-standard franchise to emulate when it comes to not irrationally freaking out:
Coincidentally (well, not really, but still) the Warriors face the Spurs in the first round, with their Game One tipping off on Saturday afternoon. In the mean time feel free to go read Slater's entire piece at The Athletic, assuming you subscribe to them.
More from Complex
- ‘Simpsons’ Showrunner Retweets Conservative Mag’s Support Over Apu Controversy: ‘Finally’
- Adidas and Mark Gonzales Bring Back a Popular Skate Graphic
- Livestream Coachella 2018 Featuring Beyoncé, the Weeknd, Migos, and More
- Warriors Could Aggresively Reshuffle Roster If Team Falls Short in Playoffs
- Test Pilot: The Innovation Legacy of Kobe Bryant