Golden State appears likely to sign one of these two players.
The Warriors might average 125 points a game next season.
Golden State, which led in the league in scoring during the 2016-17 season at 115 points a game, appear likely to sign a big offensive contributor in free agency.
ESPN is reporting that the Warriors are a frontrunner for sharpshooter Jamal Crawford, who's expected to become a free agent after a three-team trade goes down between the Clippers, Nuggets and Hawks.
Golden State also remains a possible option for Nick Young.
Both players want to play for a contender, it seems.
Although the Warriors don't have much to offer financially, proven players have been willing to play at a discount in order to compete for a championship.
Crawford will only consider contending teams following a buyout should the trade go through, sources says.
It's not fair how good the Warriors are going to be next season.