The Golden State Warriors are intensifying their preparations for the upcoming NBA Draft as they hold a workout session today in San Francisco. With the 19th overall pick in this year’s draft, the Warriors are keen on evaluating potential prospects who could contribute to their roster.
According to Anthony Slater of The Athletic, the six players attending the workout are Julian Strawther, Coleman Hawkins, Trayce Jackson-Davis, Kendric Davis, Craig Porter Jr., and Caleb Daniels. These talented prospects represent a diverse range of positions, showcasing the Warriors’ intention to explore various options.
Julian Strawther, a 6’7″ small forward from Gonzaga, and Trayce Jackson-Davis, a 6’9″ power forward from Indiana, have caught the attention of NBA Draft analysts. Both players have shown promise and are projected to be selected in this year’s draft according to nbadraft.net.
As the Warriors continue their evaluation process, they aim to identify players who can complement their current roster and contribute to their pursuit of championship contention. The draft workout provides an opportunity for the prospects to showcase their skills and potential fit within the team’s system.