The Golden State Warriors will prioritize the backup point guard position this offseason, according to sources.
The Warriors lost Andre Iguodala, Shaun Livingston and Quinn Cook last offseason, which effectively eliminated their backup point guards behind Stephen Curry.
Draymond Green will continue to handle the ball and Andrew Wiggins will also initiate the offense.
Anthony Slater of The Athletic mentions Michael Carter-Williams as a potential target. Carter-Williams' game has often been compared to Livington with their length as a ballhandler and lack of perimeter shooting.
The Warriors could also target backup point guard via the draft with LaMelo Ball, Tyrese Haliburton and Killian Hayes all considered high level point guard prospects.