Matt Steinmetz Believes Warriors Could Keep Morrow

So don’t think he’s doomed to fly east yet, especially since Golden State does have cap flexibiltiy without going over the luxury tax.

While it is true the Warriors were hoping to bring Morrow back at a lesser number, the fact remains that $4 million per season is not an outrageous figure. And the Warriors like Morrow. A lot.

The Warriors feel like they “discovered” Morrow, signing him in 2008 after he went undrafted out of Georgia Tech. He’s now one of the best 3-point shooters in the league and one of the hardest workers on the team.

Morrow is far from a complete player, but there is no doubt that his game is still growing. And let’s not forget, Morrow is as classy as they come when it comes to being a teammate and professional.

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