#3 Golden State Warriors
With Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson returning to the fold next season, the Golden State Warriors could be on the hunt for yet another NBA championship. However, the Warriors roster still has a few holes that need to be plugged ahead of the next season, one of them being the absence of a backup point guard.
Goran Dragic could be that player for the Warriors if he is picked up by the franchise in the NBA Free Agency 2020. The 34-year-old would be almost guaranteed to play big minutes for the Warriors due to Steve Kerr's high player rotation system. Moreover, the player could also slot in as a shooting guard whenever needed and is also capable of being a high volume scorer as well.
With the franchise reportedly interested in some of the players entering the NBA Free Agency 2020, a Goran Dragic move to the Bay area could well be on the cards ahead of the start of the next season.
#2 Miami Heat
After bouncing around the NBA for a while, Goran Dragic may have found his perfect home at the Miami Heat.
The Miami Heat's system is a brilliant one, and the 34-year-old is an integral part of it. With the Heat, Goran Dragic went to the NBA Finals last postseason and could have the chance to do it again in the near future if he opts to return to the franchise in NBA Free Agency 2020.
With reports indicating that the franchise wants to retain the player in its roster, one of Goran Dragic's best options would be to stay put with the Miami Heat during NBA Free Agency 2020.
#1 LA Lakers
Despite the LA Lakers winning an NBA championship last season, reports have suggested that Rajon Rondo could opt out of his contract during NBA Free Agency 2020. If tthat happens, it would leave a massive gap in the roster of the LA Lakers.
To plug that hole, Goran Dragic could be the player for the LA Lakers if they pick him up in NBA Free Agency 2020. While the 34-year-old is not nearly as good as Rondo in defense, offensively, his skills are at a similar level, if not better than Rondo's.
Dragic could be the secondary ball-handler to LeBron James whenever the legend would need some rest. Couple that with the fact that the LA Lakers are more than likely to win another championship next year, this move could be a very attractive proposition for the player in NBA Free Agency 2020.
With the opportunity to win it all with the Lakers, Goran Dragic should seriously consider moving to the reigning champions in NBA Free Agency 2020.