The Golden State Warriors may make a few moves to get a better all-around roster, and here’s who may be attractive to other teams.
Unlike in year’s past, the Golden State Warriors may eventually enter the trade market. However, for the Dubs, it’ll be difficult to find trade partners given their hard cap issues. They’d need a player on an extremely team-friendly contract.
That said, those players have an added value in a league full of players on horrific contracts. After all, Chandler Parsons will still be paid over $25 million this upcoming season. The Warriors cannot take on a bad contract.
The team will also have a few assets that should be deemed as untouchable. For example, no team will be calling general manager Bob Myers and ask for Stephen Curry. That just isn’t happening. The same can be said of Klay Thompson.
Overall, the Warriors, a team captained by four stars, will have to wait quite a while to see the team’s full potential. With Klay Thompson out until at least the 2020 All-Star break, the team’s potential early-season struggles could be resolved by his return.
However, the Warriors may take matters into their own hands and search out trades if things don’t go as planned. That said, let’s look at five Warrior assets that should be most attractive to other teams.