Warriors reportedly expected to lose 1 player in free agency

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The Golden State Warriors are looking to reload their roster this offseason.

They need to add more star power around Stephen Curry.

While it may not be possible to get a star, there are certainly some tricks they can do.

One player they may not be able to bring back is guard Donte DiVincenzo.

He had a great season for the Warriors last year and now his value has gone up.

It seems clear that DiVincenzo will be too expensive for a Warriors team that already has some big contracts lined up.

According to Angelina Martin via the Warriors on NBC, DiVincenzo has a player option worth $4.7 million that he is likely to decline.

Last season, DiVincenzo averaged 9.4 points, 4.5 rebounds and 3.5 assists, as well as being a strong defender.

You can say this season helped redeem his career and now he is looking forward to a big payday.

It will be interesting to see what steps the Warriors take this season.

They need to add more impactful players to their roster and look to trade them.

Some players he might be interested in are Pascal Siakam and Ozzie Anunobi of the Toronto Raptors.

Siam would give them a very good number-two scorer and another forward.

A player like Anunoby would bring elite defense to the table along with a strong offensive presence.

It appears as though Klay Thompson is definitely no longer the number two option.

So finding a more specific score to help Curry should be a priority.

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