Warriors keep picks, take Jonathan Kuminga, Moses Moody in first round of 2021 NBA Draft. The Warriors selected G League PF Jonathan Kuminga with the No. 7 pick and Arkansas G Moses Moody at No. 14 in the 2021 NBA Draft.
How many picks do Warriors have in 2021 draft?
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Do the Warriors have their own 2021 pick?
Feb. 6, 2020: The Warriors acquired Andrew Wiggins, a top three-protected 2021 first round pick and a 2021 second round pick from Minnesota in exchange for D’Angelo Russell, Jacob Evans and Omari Spellman.
What draft pick do the Warriors have?
NBA Draft 2021: Warriors pick Jonathan Kuminga at No. 7 overall | RSN.
Who did the Warriors draft in 2000?
Who did Warriors draft 2014?
Warriors 2014 Draft Central
|Warriors Draft Picks Status|
|Year||1st Round Pick||2nd Round Pick|
|2014||To Utah (Andre Iguodala Trade – July 2013)||To Minnesota (Nemanja Nedovic Trade Sequence – June 2013)|
|2015||Own Pick||To Philadelphia (Brandon Rush Trade – December 2011)|
|2016||Own Pick||To Utah (Andre Iguodala Trade – July 2013)|
What pick did the Warriors have in 2012?
The Warriors had four draft picks in the 2012 NBA Draft, a decisive draft year that was vital for a potential future for the team. The picks included Harrison Barnes with the 7th pick, Festus Ezeli with the 30th pick, Draymond Green with the 35th pick, and Ognjen Kuzmic with the 52nd pick.
Who did the Warriors draft in 2013?
From 2013-17, the Warriors selected five players: Nemanja Nedovic, Kevon Looney, Damian Jones, Patrick McCaw and Jordan Bell. Only Looney is still on the team after re-signing in 2019 free agency for three years and $14.5 million. The Nedovic pick in 2013 is particularly painful.
What draft picks do the Warriors have in 2020?
Warriors Select James Wiseman, Nico Mannion & Justinian Jessup in 2020 NBA Draft. The Golden State Warriors selected center James Wiseman (second overall) and guards Nico Mannion (48th overall) and Justinian Jessup (51st overall) in the 2020 NBA Draft.