Nick Young, Omri Casspi to revitalize Golden State bench

The Golden State Warriors are busy in getting the necessary players to play along their their superstars. While other teams are focusing on how to match them, the Warriors are building the supporting cast that will result in another ring.

After securing 2015 Finals MVP Andre Iguodala in a deal worth $48 million in three years, the Warriors have acquired Nick Young from the Los Angeles Lakers for a one-year, $5.2 million deal. This just really means that the Warriors want to repeat.

Young played with his first four years with the Washington Wizards. He went to the Clippers in 22 games then went back to Washington in the same season. In 2012-13 season, he played 59 games averaging 10.6 points per game. Young played with the Lakers from 2013-2017, in his final he averaged 13.2 points per game.

Golden State has also acquired forward Omri Casspi who last played with the Sacramento Kings averaging 5.9 points per game. Surely, the Warriors are not letting the fans down by retooling.

Will the Warriors bench be stronger than last season? With the current acquisition, the Warriors are capable of duplicating their 2017 ring. Both Casspi and Young will play vital roles coming from the bench.