Editor's note (July 4): Kevin Durant decided on Monday to join the Golden State Warriors. The Warriors plan to renounce Harrison Barnes, making him an unrestricted free agent, ESPN's Marc Stein reported.
The Golden State Warriors will have a decision to make after the NBA's moratorium period concludes and contracts can officially be signed starting next Thursday. The Dallas Mavericks are reportedly set to offer Warriors forward Harrison Barnes, a restricted free agent, a maximum four-year offer sheet worth an estimated $95 million.
As soon as that offer sheet is signed, Golden State will have three days to decide whether to match the offer.
Should the Warriors keep Barnes, or let him go to Dallas?