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NBA Draft 2017: Warriors enter second round without a pick

The NBA Draft is half over and the Warriors have yet to make a move.

2017 NBA Draft Photo by Mike Stobe/Getty Images

The Golden State Warriors have been rumored to have interest in buying a second round pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, but there have been no deals reported to this point.

And for some reason, Adrian Wojnarowski has been a bit too quiet. Maybe he’s busy checking sources on a blockbuster deal of Kevon Looney and James Michael McAdoo for Kristaps Porzingis.

Who knows.

Many of the guys that we’ve already discussed as value picks are still on the board for the Warriors so you figure there’s still time for them to make a move for a pick a bit later in the draft. And obviously if they finish the night without making a selection, we'll have plenty to follow in terms of possible undrafted free agent signees.

Otherwise, most of the top 7-10 picks went about as expected by conventional wisdom. There have been a few trades of varying magnitude, including Jimmy Butler being traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves. And I’m sure there will be millions of words of analysis about the moves over the next 24 hours or so.

But here’s the only question that really matters: do any of these moves move any team closer to disrupting the next few years of Warriors dominance?


Carry on with reveling in this Warriors moment.

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