The Warriors have been extremely successful buying second round picks over the past couple of years, and fans expected them to use that strategy again this year.
However, NBA teams seemed reluctant in helping Golden State on their quest for a three-peat and apparently no one was willing to sell them a pick.
The Warriors were still able to add some young talent after the draft was over by signing former Oakland Golden Grizzly Kendrick Nunn to a partially guaranteed deal according to Ian Begley.
Nunn played the first three years of his college career at Illinois before transferring to Oakland University, which is located in Michigan, for his senior year.
Nunn was the second-leading scorer in all of college basketball last season averaging 25.9 points per game.
Nunn had a Steph Curry-esque skill set in college launching 11.3 three-point attempts per game. He made the most of that green light hitting 39.4% of his shots from deep.
He also has the exact same height and weight as Steph at 6-foot 3-inches and 190 pounds.