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The #Golden State Warriors have been dominating the NBA for over three years and it seems that their domination won't stop anytime soon. In the span of three years, the Warriors won two championships and they were one win short of winning another one. At the moment, the Warriors have the best record in the league with 32 wins and only eight losses, and they are ready to raise another championship banner in the Oracle Arena.

In the summer of 2016, the Warriors had a very interesting free agency. After losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers [VIDEO]in the NBA Finals, even after being up 3-1 in the series, the team managed to sign Kevin Durant, the top free agent.

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The Warriors became even better and they proceeded to beat the Cavaliers [VIDEO] in the 2017 NBA Finals and win it all.

Latest rumors are saying that Golden State is ready to land another big-name superstar, #Anthony Davis.

Anthony Davis in Golden State

Anthony Davis is one of the most talented big men in the NBA. He is versatile and is very good on both offense and defense. The best thing about him? He is only 24 and his prime should be incredible. Davis is currently averaging 25.6 points, 10.3 rebounds, 2.4 assists, 1.1 steals, and 2.1 blocks per game.

Despite having a great player like Anthony Davis and a good roster about him, the New Orleans Pelicans are struggling to achieve big results. Right now, they have a 19-19 record and they are on the very edge of the playoff picture. Davis is one of those players who want to win, and it appears that his future in New Orleans is not really bright.

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After this season, the power forward will have three more years left on his contract. However, he will be able to opt out of the final year of his contract, and that is when the Golden State Warriors would make their move, according to Tim Kawakami of the Athletic.

The super team

In a perfect scenario, the Golden State Warriors would have a fantastic super team in 2020. They would have Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green, Kevin Durant, and Anthony Davis. Beside them, the team would most likely have a decent bench.

While this seems impossible, the fact is that it could be done easily. After only one season with the Warriors, Kevin Durant took a pay cut to help the team sign a few more good players. Davis costs a lot and he earns over $25 million on average per year. However, if multiple players, including Davis himself, take a pay cut, the Warriors would free up enough cap space to sign the superstar forward.