It's only been a few weeks since the victory parade but already prospects for the 2017-18 Golden State Warriors looks awfully good. The Dubs have awarded a huge new contract to Steph Curry for five years, and are about to sign Andre Iguodala for three. Also back on board are Shaun Livingston and David West. Everyone expects that Kevin Durant will now re-sign, since he was willing to take less for next year in order to keep Iguodala.
Already under contract are Draymond, Klay Thompson, Patrick McCaw and Jordan Bell.
Jordan Bell was a surprise steal when the Dubs bought a draft pick from the Bulls. The Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, he is said to have Draymond potential with the size of KD.
Plus the Warriors got Bell's Oregon Ducks teammate Chris Boucher as an undrafted free agent. Hobbled by a serious injury until October, his upside potential is considerable.
Meanwhile, several western conference rivals have strengthened themselves so far--notably Houston and Minnesota--but notably the Cavs have not.
While we weren't looking, the San Francisco Giants have gone on a five game winning streak, notching blowouts and today's 11th inning win on the road in Pittsburgh. The injuries continue, but trades and call-ups are rotating new players all over the field as well as in the bullpen.
I may get a look at them next weekend when they return to San Francisco to play three games with the Marlins.
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