A new Superhero team will be created to represent the Warriors in 2018, according to Warriors president of basketball operations Kevin Ding.
The team will replace the retired Cobras and will play a major role in the team’s efforts to make the NBA in 2019.
It will consist of four players.
In a statement to ESPN on Monday, Ding said that the Warriors are thrilled to have a new team in place to play a vital role in their plans.
“We are very excited to welcome the new members of our team, who will be joining the Warriors for the 2019 season,” Ding said.
Golden State is currently on an 18-game winning streak and has a 9-2 record when playing against the other NBA teams.
Ding said that in 2018 and 2019 the team would compete in the NBA All-Star game, a major event in the league.
While the Warriors’ roster has been full of superstars for years, the team is not currently considered the best in the country.
But Ding said the new roster could be one of the better ones in the history of the NBA.
According to the Warriors roster, the new players will play with some of the top players in the world, including Shaquille O’Neal, Kevin Durant, LeBron James, and Carmelo Anthony.
Cobra super heroes are the best-known heroes in the series, and are created to take on the big, powerful, and intimidating cobra in a variety of ways.
When the Warriors play the Warriors next, they will be in action at the 2017 NBA All Access Finals on April 8 and the 2018 NBA All Stars Game on March 3.