It sounds like Jordan Poole soon will be boarding a flight for the Pacific Northwest.
And why is that?
The Warriors guard on Saturday will be playing in "The CrawsOver" Pro-Am league in Seattle.
Poole definitely got some buckets over Golden State's final 36 games last season, averaging 14.7 points over that span.
The No. 28 overall pick in the 2019 draft scored 38 points against the New Orleans Pelicans in the Dubs' penultimate regular-season game.
Poole also made his presence felt in the play-in tournament, scoring 10 and 19 points vs. the Los Angeles Lakers and Memphis Grizzlies respectively.
The Warriors have high hopes for Poole's present and future.
"He gets places most players can't get to. He's so much more than just a shooter. He's very dynamic," Steve Kerr said in late May. "If we have Klay [Thompson] healthy, it's really fun to think about Jordan and Klay in those minutes when Steph [Curry] and Draymond [Green] are off the floor. That's exciting.
"Maybe Jordan, Andrew [Wiggins] and Klay together -- three guys who can score in different ways. Now you're talking about some firepower."
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