Golden State Warriors: Most Intriguing Players on Summer League Team

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Michael Frazier II, Shooting Guard, Florida

Nov 17, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Florida Gators guard Michael Frazier II (20) drives to the basket against the Miami (Fl) Hurricanes during the first half at Stephen C. O

Frazier may have gone undrafted, but he didn’t lack confidence throughout the draft process.

"“I’m the best shooter in the draft…look at my body work”- Frazier discussing his three point capabilities."

While that statement does seem to be quite brash, he may not be wrong. In his three years at Florida, Frazier shot 43.2 percent from three. Looking at all the guards that went in the first round of the NBA draft, only Celtics draftee R.J Hunter shot the three-ball more efficiently. Looking at the forwards in the first round, Frazier shot the three ball better than every single forward in the first round of the draft.

Being the second-best player in three-point percentage out of the top 30 draft eligible players is quite impressive. To put it in perspective, when looking at Stephen Curry‘s college numbers, Curry shot 41.2 percent in his three years at Davidson. Not by much, but Frazier outshot Curry on the college level.

That shooting stroke alone should be a spectacle at Summer League. Many fans around the league fell in love with the “Splash Brothers” due to their prolific shooting stroke, and Frazier brings some of that magic to Summer League. It also isn’t out of the question that Frazier could eventually become a part of the Splash Bros.

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The team needs a scorer off the bench, which is exactly what Frazier is. He would provide the team with a guard who can be a proven scorer off the bench. While the team decided to use two combo guards in Livingston and Barbosa, if the team were to sign Frazier, then they can have Livingston work in a natural point guard role with Frazier working as the two.

Aside from being a three-point shooter, Frazier can provide a winning mentality to the Summer League Warriors. With the team winning their first NBA championship in 40 years, the team has tasted what winning feels like. Now that they know the feeling, they have to keep the mentality of a winner and know they can get it done.

Frazier has appeared in both the Elite Eight and the Final Four, showing he knows what it takes to make it far into the playoffs. He has also won 30 games in a row and played for one of the best college coaches ever in Billy Donovan, now coach of the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Frazier brings a three-point spark to the team. His shooting stroke is one of the best we have seen in years. If he makes an impression in Summer League, the rich may get richer as the Warriors and the NBA could get a new Splash Brother.

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