Still, the dynamics to the front-office will remain largely the same, as Riley, West, Lacob and Myers will all have input on what the Warriors do on the player movement front, but obviously Lacob targeted Myers for this job when he bought the team and hired him last summer, so this comes as a surprise to very few close to the organization. It shouldn't really change the Warriors philosophy too much, though I listened to Myers' first interview on the radio yesterday and he sounds like he has a pretty good idea as to what he's doing and what his plan of attack will be this offseason. As far as the Warriors team is concerned, they've been basically a non-factor this month, with the season winding down, and every body's focus turning over to baseball and the NFL draft. The W's officially end their 2012 season tonight vs. the Spurs, and assuming they lose, they're going to end up with the 8th worst record in the league, landing them in the lottery and keeping hope alive that they could slip into the top-7 and keep all their potential picks. If that happens the W's will wind up with 5 draft choices in this upcoming draft, said to be one of the deeper ones in recent years, and for a team with limited cap-space, that would be a huge coupe.
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