NBA analyst Iman Shumpert believes Golden State Warriors will continue to dominate the league for the next five to ten years though their pace might change. Shumpert feels GSW will be in the realm in the coming years.
The Dubs had beaten Boston Celtics by 4-2 in the NBA finals to win the previous season’s championship. This was their fourth title in the last eight years and they will be looking to continue their dynasty.
The likes of Steph Curry, Draymond Green, Andrew Wiggins, Jordan Poole, and Klay Thompson had done a fine job in the previous season and they will look to replicate their performances in the upcoming season.
In an interview with VLAD TV, Iman Shumpert said, “They’re gonna be in the realm. It’s not like they finna miss the playoffs unless they not healthy. They know how to play ball, especially guys that know each other. They’ve been playing together. So, their nucleus, they’ve been playing together so long. It’s so hard to get in between that.”
Shumpert added: “They’re not getting worse at basketball. They may get a little older to where they shoot a couple more set shots, but these motherf**kers shoot. They not running around trying to dunk on you. They shoot jump shots. Motherf**ker, they gonna do this for the next five-10 years.”
On the other hand, a video on social media has gone viral in which Draymond Green and Jordan Poole are seen exchanging blows during the team’s practice sessions.
In a recent episode of “Skip and Shannon: Undisputed,” Shannon Sharpe believes the team ought to move past this incident.
“If they can move forward with this, Golden State got the best organizational locker room in history.”
GSW will begin their NBA campaign against LA Lakers on 19th October