What’s Next for the Warriors, and Cavaliers this Offseason

Golden State won the NBA Championship in 5 game, which means that the Cavaliers lost in 5 games (obviously).  Many know how I felt about the whole series, and how it was a bad thing for the Warriors and Cavaliers to rematch, all of that is here.  Anyways, the NBA Final has come, and gone, and now, what is next for these two teams.

Can Golden State keep the team intact

Golden State has one of the most talented rosters, arguably the most talented.  With Stephan Curry, Kevin Durant, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, etc.,  the Warriors have a lot of good players, which is a good thing (of course).  However, whenever there are good players, that usually means high paychecks (which is not so good).  This year, Stephan Curry is a free agent (cue in the alarm), and like the Golden State Warriors said, “We will do anything to keep Curry.”  If Curry is smart, he will want to become at least the top ten paid, if not the highest, in the entire league.  Depending on how this goes, it could hurt the Warriors.  KD’s contract is a free agent next year, and Klay Thompson the year after, so they have their work cut out for them to try, and keep this talented roster.

A Clear Vison for the Cavaliers

The Cavaliers also have a talented roster too.  With LeBron, Love, and Irving, the Cavaliers have a solid team also.  All three of those names are under contract for at least the next two seasons, or three seasons.  So the Cavaliers have their main pieces intact for a while.  However, there have been rumors on the Cavaliers trading away one or two of these guys for some young, new blood.  They have already won the Finals once, and have made it there three straight times, so they have already accomplished the main goal.  So the Cavaliers may start looking to the long term.  After all, LeBron is in his thirties, and Love is close to it.  The Cavaliers need to decide if they want to make a run at another Championship for the next couple years, or whether to look 5 or 6 years down the road from now.  This offseason for the Cavaliers will be one of trying to figure out there vision of the future.

Either way, these teams will be good for a while.  So no matter what they do (unless Curry goes somewhere else, than you can expect another article) these teams are pretty set for the time being.

Well, there you have it, fellow Sports Reactionists.  And remember, be the best sports fan you can possibly be.

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4 thoughts on “What’s Next for the Warriors, and Cavaliers this Offseason

    1. Thanks for the compliment! I started Sports Reaction earlier this year. I had noticed that sports is a big part of peoples lives (mine included). Just look at how popular ESPN, NFL Network, and others sports sites in today’s world. What I noticed, however, is that there was no since of community within the sports fans who go to Fox Sports, ESPN and the such. They just go there, read, and then leave. There are plenty of sites dedicated to sports, and news, but very few are dedicated to the sports fan. It has been a dream of mine to have a sports blog. But an even bigger dream of mine has been to expand Sports Reaction into more of a community of sports fans than just a normal site.
      I am sorry for the long response, but explaining why Sports Reaction started is kind of complicated. Thanks for becoming a “Sports Reactionist”, and I am excited for your next article on 4th Quarter.

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      1. No worries, it’s good to get a little background. I think it’s awesome that you started your blog. Thanks for reading my posts. It’s also something I’ve wanted to do for a long time, and I finally started it up last month. I’m excited to read more of your articles also. Keep up the good work!

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