You've already heard the subtle mind-grenades being lobbed into the canals of your consciousness:
The quiet bravado inserted into our ever-expounding claims of how Stephen Curry is among basketball's 7, 5, (oh, what the heck!) 3 most elite pure shooters currently in the game.
The irresistible admission that "we simply can't pass up Bradley Beal if he's still available at the 7th pick."
And now Matt Steinmetz has published an article pointing out that Curry's glass ankle is a legitmate concern, you'd have to limit him to 28-30 minutes at the point position, and his health might best be preserved if - you guessed it - the Warriors thought about moving him to shooting guard:
Matt Steinmetz wrote:One way to sneak in some extra minutes for Curry – and take a little stress off the ankle, too – would be to play him a little more at shooting guard. That’s a little less pounding, not to mention you’re involved in fewer plays and in less traffic at the offensive end.
Face facts, Dubs fans.
If deals for Rudy Gay, Andre Iguodala, or Andre Miller don't come to fruition, you are realistically looking at Golden State taking another point guard in the draft. Warriors mouthpieces are already planting the seed. The question is:
How do we feel about this?