Warriors: 5 low-cost options for upcoming free agency

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3. Langston Galloway

Another guard that the Warriors could use to spark some offense off the bench is Langston Galloway. The 28-year-old averaged 10.3 points in 66 games this season, primarily having done most of his damage off of the bench as he only started six games for the Detroit Pistons.

Set to become an unrestricted free agent when the season has officially concluded, his fit with the Warriors makes a ton of sense. Galloway averaged a career-best 39.9 percent three-point shooting this past season and could elevate this bench significantly with his lights out shooting.

Galloway is not a big name player but has solidified himself as a prominent role player in today’s game. The issue is that he just has never had the opportunity to showcase it on a contending team. If Galloway’s focus has shifted towards winning, the Warriors should immediately pick up the phone for him.

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The guard would thrive in this system of prevalent three-point shooting and would also be on a team with more championship aspirations than he ever has before.

After this season, Galloway will enter free agency after having played out his three-year, $21 million contract and could be a win-win situation for both parties involved if he ultimately were to choose Golden State.

For his veteran experience, lethal three-point shooting, and potential desire to win, the Warriors should look to sign Langston Galloway.