OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) — Golden State Warriors general manager Bob Myers has been busy taking flights across the country and overseas, meeting with players and agents and talking with other NBA executives ahead of next week's draft.
While that's not out of the ordinary for most teams, the Warriors are operating under a different set of circumstances. They have no picks because of prior trades and are already squeezed for salary cap space.
Of course, that could all change with one move by Myers.
Myers and members of his staff attended draft camps in Brooklyn and Minnesota along with workouts organized by players' agents in Los Angeles. He even took a two-day to Italy, doing all the homework he can to try to gauge whether the Warriors want to get in the mix.