The Warriors are preparing to defend their title once again, but it's never too early to talk about the NBA draft.
With the NCAA Tournament ending with the Virginia Cavaliers bathing in confetti and the NBA playoffs that will start on Saturday, it's time to see who are the experts who believe the Warriors will select at the end of the first round.
The Dubs are currently scheduled for the No. 28 pick in the first round.
CBS Sports: Ayo Dosunmu, PG, Illinois; Daniel Gafford, C, Arkansas
Gary Parrish and Kyle Boone from CBS Sports offer different scenarios for the Dubs. Boone has the Warriors taking Dosunmu with the No. 29 pick after making an exchange with the Toronto Raptors. Due to the future of Shaun Livingston's NBA in the air, Boone believes that the Warriors could take the high-level guard, and make him learn under the tutelage of Steph Curry. As for Parrish, he has the Warriors taking Gafford, an athletic who can jump out of the gym. The sophomore has an unpolished offensive game, but has the physical gifts to go in the first round.
Sports Illustrated: Mfiondu Kabengele, PF, State of Florida
Kabengele was a key player for a Florida State team that made another Sweet 16 race. The 6-foot 9-foot forward can shoot the 3-ball and is a superior-than-average tire protector. He has the ability to play immediately for the Warriors if they need it.
NBADraft.net: Moses Brown, C, UCLA
Brown is an unpolished product that probably should return to Westwood for its second season. He is an explosive athlete who handles the floor well. Brown's offensive game might require some work and he still needs time to increase his capacity and explode inside. It will be a project if it comes out.
USA Today: Matisse Thybulle, G, Washington
The best defender in college basketball could be useful for the Warriors. The 6-foot guard 6 is possibly the top wing in 3 and D of the draft. He was named Naismith Defensive Player of the Year last season and has the feeling of being a perfect role player in today's NBA.
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Bleach Report: Chuma Okeke, F, Auburn
Johnathan Wbaderman sees the Dubs recruiting Okeke, whose actions skyrocketed before breaking his ACL on Sweet 16 against North Carolina. If the Warriors do not see a player who can cause an immediate impact, they could see that Okeke would not see the floor for some time.