2. Glenn Robinson III
The third but not final former member of the Warriors on this list, the team should pursue a reunion with Glenn Robinson III. The forward started the 2019-20 season with the team on a minimum deal but was shipped off mid-season to the Philadelphia 76ers.
Before he got traded, Robinson was in the midst of a career year, having averaged 12.9 points, 4.7 rebounds, 1.8 assists per game, all career-bests. The forward seemingly enjoyed his time with the Warriors and reportedly could be open to a reunion soon.
When asked about the possibility right after being traded, he responded to NBC Sports Bay Area with the following.
"“Would I rule out (a return)? Not with this organization, They were really great to me, and like I said, really changed my career, so it’s not bad feelings, no hard love for Golden State.”"
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If the interest is there, Golden State should absolutely look to bring back the 26-year-old swingman. Behind Andrew Wiggins, the team’s backup small forward will be a position up for grabs before the start of next season, something that Robinson could undoubtedly fill.
The forward could not find any genuine success as an NBA player before his short stint with the Warriors, making it all the more reasonable that both sides should be interested. For his familiarity and lethal scoring off of the bench, the team should look to sign Glenn Robinson III.