Draymond Green believes the Warriors are going to win another NBA title soon.

Why is he so confident?

Because as he told Matt Barnes and Stephen Jackson on Showtime's "All the Smoke" podcast -- Steph Curry, Klay Thompson and himself still are on the roster.

At this point, there are so many unknowns that it's practically impossible to forecast how things might unfold moving forward.

We don't even know if the current season will resume in the summer or if it will be canceled altogether because of the coronavirus pandemic.

We have no clue when the 2020 NBA Draft Lottery or 2020 NBA Draft will take place.

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And speaking of draft -- the Warriors basically are guaranteed a top-five pick. But will they keep the selection or trade it to acquire a veteran player who is more ready to contribute immediately?


And from a financial standpoint -- will the loss in overall revenue result in the Warriors not spending as much money during the offseason to improve the roster? How much of the $17.2 million traded player exception and/or taxpayer mid-level exception will ownership feel comfortable using?

As owner Joe Lacob told Tim Kawakami of The Athletic two weeks ago: 

"We don't know what the salary cap is gonna be, we don't know what the luxury tax is gonna be. We don't really know what we can plan on at this point. We just have to look at a lot of different scenarios. That's what we're doing right now.

It could make a huge difference, it might make no difference."

Furthermore, how will Andrew Wiggins assimilate? Can he thrive and be a star in his adjusted role?

What will the Warriors' competition look like?

Will Klay be 100 percent recovered from his ACL tear, and return to being a force on both sides of the ball?

We don't have any answers.

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But you have to love and respect Draymond's confidence and fire.

Be careful betting against him.

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