The Golden State Warriors didn’t bring in D’Angelo Russell to trade him so why are we still mentioning a swap for Andre Drummond?
The Golden State Warriors are going to be making a few moves this season. Whether that be the addition of a player when the buyout market heats up or trading for a few other assets, the Warriors will likely make a few transactions.
They wouldn’t have needed to had the team’s last six months worked out ideally.
That injured allowed Durant an easy out. He left for Brooklyn where he’ll likely sit out the entire season and enter the next season at full strength. As for Klay, the Dubs re-signed him and he’s expected to play a large role following the All-Star break.
The Dubs offseason was more than just those two though.
They also, in the Durant transaction, brought in D’Angelo Russell in a sign-and-trade. Aside from Russell and the rumors that followed his max contract, the team brought in veterans like Willie Cauley-Stein and Glenn Robinson III. They also secured three rookies and managed to re-sign Kevon Looney.
While the Dubs enter their training camp, the rumors surrounding the team are as loud as ever. One rumor is a potential swap between the Pistons and Warriors involving D’Angelo Russell and Andre Drummond.
Do you like that idea? Well, here are five reasons why it wouldn’t be beneficial for the Warriors.