Kirk Lacob Rumors

Because of the coronavirus pandemic, NBA teams are not allowed to meet face-to-face with draft prospects. The Warriors — who are guaranteed to land a top-five pick — also can’t bring any of the top players to Chase Center for private workouts. Fortunately for members of Golden State’s front office, they can take advantage of modern technology. “We can do RingCentral video interviews with players. That’s been great actually. That has been really great,” Warriors executive VP of basketball operations Kirk Lacob, said Tuesday morning on 95.7 The Game. “We’ve gone through — on man — over 100 players, maybe, at this point. We’ve just never had the opportunity to do that. This has been totally different, but not necessarily bad.”
Storyline: Draft Interviews
“We went from one of the oldest teams in the league to one of the youngest,” Warriors assistant general manager Kirk Lacob said. “All of a sudden you look at it and Steph [Curry] is the oldest player on the whole team. Klay [Thompson]and Draymond [Green] are the elder statesmen. I think Alfonzo McKinnie (26) may be our fourth-oldest player by age. He’s only had a couple years of NBA experience.”
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