The Golden State Warriors' offseason moves (or lack thereof) seems to be a challenge to their young guns. Key role players from their playoff run last season have now left the team for greener pastures. It seems like the front office has decided that Moses Moody, Jonathan Kuminga, and James Wiseman are ready for a bigger role in the team.

By the looks of things, it seems like one of these guys is raring to help the team out. Moses Moody, one of the Warriors' lottery picks from the 2021 NBA Draft, exploded for 34 points in a loss to the Knicks during the Summer League. His 34 points became the third-highest scoring output by a lottery pick in the last five years of Summer League. (via ESPN Stats and Info)

Last season, Moody found himself at the end of the Warriors bench for most of the season. When his number was called, though, the 14th overall pick didn't waste his chance. Head coach Steve Kerr praised the then-rookie's efforts on the defensive end, holding his own against NBA-caliber players.

Kerr felt comfortable enough in Moses Moody to hand him significant minutes during the Warriors' series against the Mavs in the Western Conference Finals. That speaks volumes to the level of play the team feels he is capable of.

Next season, the Warriors will need Moody to bring a consistent punch to the team off the bench. Whether it's through scoring or defending, expect the sophomore guard to show off his capabilities on a grander stage next season.