Golden State Warriors: Best and worst moves from 2023 NBA offseason

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Best offseason moves made by Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors entered the NBA offseason will some big decisions to make. And there wasn’t a bigger one that many around the league were keeping an eye on than the decision about Draymond Green’s future. So, we’ll start there.

Re-signed Draymond Green

In what was one of the best moves of the offseason for the Warriors, Green was re-signed to a four-year, $100 million deal. While it may seem like an overpay for Draymond at this point in his career, it wouldn’t have made sense for Golden State to part ways with the heart and soul of its team right now.

This was an extension that the Warriors almost had to make and they did it without issue.

Acquired Chris Paul

A follow-up move to re-signing Draymond, which ended up being one of the bigger surprises of the offseason, consisted of the Warriors acquiring Chris Paul from the Washington Wizards (after he was traded there as part of the Bradley Beal deal).

Paul is an interesting addition to the Warriors and I can’t wait to see how he ends up fitting in with the Warriors. In a vacuum, it looks like a good deal.