There’s no denying this season has been a tough ride for the Golden State Warriors. What’s even been worse is the play of their frontcourt.
They kicked off the season with Willie Cauley-Stein as the only consistent center. While Marquese Chriss has also been in and out, having been cut and re-signed, the Warriors have had a rotating door at the center.
They can also put some of that on Kevon Looney, a player they signed to an eight-figure deal this past offseason.
Looney has missed the bulk of the 2019-2020 season. After a stellar postseason, Looney somehow managed to secure more than $3 million per year on an extremely team extremely close to the NBA hard cap.