Klay Thompson, Announce his resignation and departure from the team earlier today due to…

It virtually feels a lifetime ago since the Golden State Warriors played their last game of the 2023-24 NBA season, in which Klay Thompson capped off a campaign in which he struggled throughout with a zero-point outing in an elimination game in the Play-In tournament.

But, with the five-time All-Star out of contract in the summer and potentially entering the free-agency market, league insider Mark Medina believes that Thompson will stay with the Warriors, and could ‘thrive’ in a reduced role alongside Stephen Curry and co.

The Warriors could be set for some huge changes to their roster over the coming months, with some of their star names being linked with moves away from the team, one of which is Chris Paul, who after a lone season in the Bay Area could be on the move once again.


With the 39-year-old’s contract becoming fully guaranteed on June 28th, where he is set to earn $30 million, the Warriors may decide to move on from the veteran, with him having been linked as a ‘real possibility’ to land with the Los Angeles Lakers.


Andrew Wiggins is another potential departure, with the swingman having struggled with form throughout the regular season campaign, leading to him having the worst season of his career at both ends of the ball.

But, it is one of the Warriors’ mainstays for many years whose future seems to be the most uncertain.


Set to enter free-agency this summer for the first time in his career, Klay Thompson could wind up suiting up for a team other than the Warriors for the very first time, after a lackluster season, particularly at the start, which looked to have shot his confidence.


However, this hasn’t seemed to have deterred teams from chasing him, with the Philadelphia 76ers the latest team to have reported their interest in the 34-year-old sharpshooter, thought to want to offer him a one-plus-one deal to join the t eam.