The Golden State Warriors revealed how they will approach the Draft this summer, as they are expected to have a top pick.
Director of Player Personnel Larry Harris said the Warriors hope to find a player with the ability to play right away.
“Yes, we’ll try to find someone who can come in play right away. But we also know that when you’re picking this high, a lot of guys are 18, 19, 20 years old.
To expect them to come in and be contributors right away, we’re not so naive to think it won’t take time. But we feel there are some players in this draft, up high, that have the ability to come in and play some minutes,” Harris said via Monte Poole of NBC Sports Bay Area.
Prior to the NBA suspension due to the coronavirus crisis, Golden State had the worst record in the league (15-50).