The Warriors are expected to cut and release Kevon Looney

This offseason, the Golden State Warriors will have to make some very tough choices. While Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul, and Klay Thompson are receiving the majority of attention, one more veteran player is anticipated to depart.

Kevon Looney, a nearly ten-year Warriors veteran and three-time NBA champion, is slated to be released by the Golden State Warriors, according to a report from Tim Kawakami of The Athletic. In a Warriors Plus Minus podcast episode, Kawakami broke the news.

“I think the likeliest situation is that he’s cut and he makes $3 million from them and he’s off looking for another spot, and there will be another spot for him in this league,” Kawakami said. “Teams are going to want him, again for a very low number, but they’re going to want him.”

Additionally, Kawakami suggested that Looney might wind up playing backup center for teams like the San Antonio Spurs and Denver Nuggets, both of which would be excellent fits for Looney. For the last ten years, Kevon Looney has been among the Golden State Warriors’ most dependable players.

He joined the squad in 2015, has three championships under his belt, and once played in 290 straight games. He has been asked to do pretty much everything the Golden State Warriors have asked of him, including starting, starting off the bench, guarding centers and power forwards.

Should this is Kevon Looney’s last season with the Warriors, he will be the most underappreciated player on the team in the previous ten years.






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