The Golden State Warriors enter free agency with their star-studded core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green still in-tact. However, players such as Otto Porter Jr and Kevon Looney are set to hit free agency. Looney emerged as a vital piece to the puzzle for Golden State during the postseason. As a result, many people believe the Warriors must re-sign him. So Dubs fans will be happy to hear the latest Looney-Warriors report from NBA insider Marc Stein.

There is growing pessimism, league sources say, among teams interested in pursuing Kevon Looney about the ability to pry Looney away from the newly minted champions in Golden State. Looney is increasingly expected to re-sign with the Warriors on a multiyear deal after playing a vital role in their fourth title run in a span of eight seasons.

The Warriors big man made a name for himself during the 2021-2022 NBA playoffs and Finals. He posted just 5.8 points per game during the postseason. But Looney's 7.6 rebounds per contest were crucial for Golden State. Additionally, his energy and hustle played a big role for team.

Warriors coach Steve Kerr recently referred to Kevon Looney as “irreplaceable,” per Kerr's remarks led many to believe Golden State would attempt to bring Looney back into the fold. Sure enough, that seems to be their plan.

It should be noted that nothing is set in stone. But Marc Stein is a trusted NBA insider. There is a strong chance of a Looney-Warriors reunion this offseason.