Kerr, Warriors feel pressure to get top-five draft pick right

Kerr, Warriors feel pressure to get top-five draft pick right

In less than 24 hours, the Warriors will find out where their first-round pick lands within the first five selections in the 2020 NBA Draft. Coming off a season that was filled with lows, they’re on a high heading into the NBA draft lottery. “I think everybody is just excited that it’s here, just because it gives us more clarity on what’s next,” Warriors coach Steve Kerr told 95.7 The Game’s “Damon, Ratto and Kolsky” on Wednesday. “You start to talk to other teams and legitimately think about options. You have your list, everyone has their own list of prospects, and you see where your own list matches up with the way the balls bounce. So It’s exciting.” With their season coming to an abrupt end on March 10 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Warriors already have had more time to discuss and evaluate what they’re looking for in the draft than they have in any other season, particularly those that ended with an NBA Finals run. Where Golden State’s pick lands in the top five obviously will determine what draft prospects ultimately will be available at that selection, but regardless of where it ends up, the Warriors are
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