• The Golden State Warriors are looking to revamp their squad in the upcoming seasons
  • One prospect that the Warriors can benefit from is Brooklyn Nets' Joe Harris
  • Harris is a former three-point champion and knows what it takes to shoot the lights out from beyond the arc

The Golden State Warriors have had a difficult year by falling from the top of the league to the bottom of the team standings. Despite this, the franchise is still in a position to recover, as there are a lot of possible talents that the squad can benefit from including former three-point champion Joe Harris.

The sharpshooter has been one of the more reliable players for the Brooklyn Nets, especially in the past few seasons. The second-round pick stepped up in the All-Star weekend in 2019 where he ended up as the three-point shootout champion.

This season, Harris has been averaging 13.9 points per game while shooting 41.2% from beyond the arc. With excellent movement without the ball and finding the best spots on the court, Harris has developed into a solid offensive threat. Whether it’s hitting open shots or making the right play on the floor, Harris has developed into a big asset for any team to have.

With all of the resources that the Warriors have, they can further deepen their roster by including someone like Harris from the free agency market. Per Blue Man Hoop, the Warriors can negotiate for Harris’ $8 million deal and can surely help the team if they are able to close a contract.

It has been a unique year for the Golden State care of several injuries and roster changes the franchise went through. The 2019-2020 season features a different look for the Warriors with how their veteran stars were replaced with rookies and younger players. But adding a player like Harris who knows how to make it rain from deep can surely benefit in the Warriors’ style.

The small forward is a strong fit for the team as he can step up and assist Steph Curry and Klay Thompson with instant offense from downtown.

While plans are not final yet for the Bay Area team, it would be interesting to see how Golden State will strategize for the upcoming seasons. It will be important to have trusted shooters that could support the team’s stars while the organization rebuilds its way back to success.

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The Golden State Warriors stars received their championship rings before defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder. In this picture, Stephen Curry #30 and the Warriors celebrate after receiving their 2017-2018 Championship rings prior to their game against the Thunder at ORACLE Arena in Oakland, California, Oct. 16, 2018. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images