Golden State Warriors: Marco Belinelli

It feels weird to say the Golden State Warriors need more three-point shooters. Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson are two of the best-ever snipers, and Kevin Durant is a deadly marksman himself—his postseason brick-laying spectacle nike nfl jerseys wholesale

Isn’t that, like, good enough?

Not particularly. The Warriors aren’t about to stop ruining basketball for people outside the Bay Area, but they need to solidify their dynastic presence with more efficient chucksters.

Yank Curry, Durant and Thompson from the equation, and Golden State canned 33.4 percent of its triples—akin to the Phoenix Suns’ league-worst mark. Zoom in on the bench specifically, and the Warriors are a tick worse. Their reserves splashed in 33.3 cheap nfl nike jersey  percent of their treys, the third-lowest rate among second units.

If this doesn’t pique your concern, Nick Young’s logging important minutes in the playoffs should.

Golden State is emaciated on the wings and could be left even thinner by summer’s end. Both Young and Patrick McCaw (restricted) are set to hit free agency. Young needs to be escorted out of town if he costs more than the minimum. McCaw is a potentially vital defensive piece, but he remains a nfl jerseys china nike

Convincing Marco Belinelli to chase another title is the Warriors’ first step to shielding their offense from any weakness. He cleared a 38 percent success rate on catch-and-fire threes and finished in the 85th percentile of efficiency when coming around nfl jerseys cheap china

Adding him to this group would be unfair—and also right up the Warriors’ alley.china nike nfl jerseys cheap  They had eyes for him when he was a buyout candidate. Their interest is unlikely to have subsided over the past few months. They need him and should consider paying whatever it takes to get him—even if it costs them most or all of their taxpayer’s mid-level exception.