Knicks, Suns, Wizards could chase Warriors GM

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There has been a lot of focus lately on what the Golden State Warriors will do with their roster heading into the future. They are currently taking a two-timeline approach, trying to stay competitive for NBA championships while training younger players for the future. So far, this approach has not proved fruitful.

Golden State is currently 23-24 and holds the last spot in the NBA Play-In Tournament in the Western Conference. The team has struggled to gain a foothold this season as Stephen Curry is the only one who consistently lives up to his potential and expectations.

There’s a lot to sort out on the field as the Warriors could shake things up before the deadline. How big they’re willing to make is anyone’s guess, but you can bet that Bob Myers will do everything he can to improve the team.

Myers’ future is also cloudy at the moment. His contract expires in the summer and at the moment there is no grip on an extension. Could the Warriors dynasty architect move to another job this offseason?

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There’s a lot that goes into that decision considering he’s been at the helm of the Warriors for 12 seasons. He was an integral part of their success, not only running the front office, but the relationships he was able to forge with the players and coaches.

If Myers were to leave, it could be the beginning of the end for the Warriors as we know them. If he chose to continue, he would be the league’s most sought-after front office worker. Three teams have already been named as potential suitors should he try to change anything, including the Washington Wizards, Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks.

According to sources close to the situation, Washington, Phoenix and New York are all worth watching as possibilities. Meanwhile, the recent focus in front office circles, where Myers’ situation has become a hot topic, has been on the Clippers. They have the richest owner in all of professional sports in Steve Ballmer, the 66-year-old former Microsoft CEO with a net worth of $83 billion who has chosen blank check for his title chase since buying the team in 2014.

If Myers is looking for the biggest challenge, it just might put the Knicks over the top. New York is desperate for a winning team and some progress has been made with Leon Rose leading the way. But there is still more work to be done and Myers has shown himself to be the man for the job.

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If money is the biggest factor, which was also mentioned in the article on The athletic, it would be hard to turn down the LA Clippers. Steve Ballmer, as mentioned, is willing to spend whatever it takes to have a winning product on the track, and he has the capital to back it up.

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