By Brady Klopfer
The 2018-19 season is so close that it’s knocking on the door. When Tuesday rolls around, the Golden State Warriors will raise their banner, receive their rings, and then tip off against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
And between now and then, they need to make some roster decisions.
The team currently has 13 players on guaranteed contracts, and one player on a two-way contract. That means that they have two roster spots that can be filled, as well as one two-way spot. With all that said, Golden State has maintained that they’ll likely only use 14 roster spots, so it seems likely that they are only looking to fill two slots.
And competing for those spots? Six camp invites on non-guaranteed contracts. Oh, and one Patrick McCaw.
After they play the Los Angeles Lakers this coming Friday, the Warriors - led by GM Bob Myers and coach Steve Kerr - will need to make their final roster decisions. But while the McCaw saga has drawn on, and will almost surely linger beyond Saturday, Myers is making it clear that the team is not closing the door on a reunion down the road with the third-year...