Golden State Warriors General Manager Speaks About Klay Thompson’s Future due to the way of his….

The last team to retain the title was, of course, Golden State, who have also picked up one more Larry O’Brien Trophy during this period in which the NBA has lacked a dominant team. That 2022 triumph was the final salvo fired by a team that created one of the most glorious dynasties the NBA has ever witnessed: a period of success marked by both blowout victories and unlikely triumphs; by the team’s historic 73-9 regular season; by Golden State’s rivalry with LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers… All that, and more, defines a team which, like so many other great sides before them, has finally succumbed to Father Time. Put simply: you can’t go on winning forever.


Warriors unwilling to meet Thompson demands

That said, the Warriors appear reluctant to break up the old guard, despite failing to even make the NBA Playoffs last season. Stephen Curry, now 36, is to stay on; so, too, will 34-year-old Draymond Green; and head coach Steve Kerr is to remain at the helm at Chase Center. The only question mark hangs over the future of Klay Thompson, who is in negotiations with the franchise and is yet to reach an agreement. Thompson will be 35 next February and has failed to fire in recent seasons, having suffered two of the worst injuries a basketball player can be hit by: a ruptured meniscus in his knee, and a torn Achilles tendon.