The Golden State Warriors will have numerous trade options prior to the February deadline. Here are five quintessential deals they must consider.
It’s been clear for quite some time: This current Golden State Warriors team is the worst in the Western Conference.
Ever since Golden State lost Stephen Curry in the fourth game of the season, they’ve seen their season crumble.
They may have been able to withstand the two-time MVP’s absence had offseason superstar addition D’Angelo Russell played in the vast majority of games. Sadly, he’s been out with a myriad of injuries as well.
That’s meant ample opportunity for others that were an afterthought for many teams this past offseason.
Players like Glenn Robinson III, Willie Cauley-Stein and Alec Burks came to Golden State expecting to be part of a championship-caliber roster. Sadly, the Warriors just haven’t lived up to their expectations.
But, a silver lining is that it still feels like, even if traded, the three veterans would have an interest in returning to the bay. All three of them, expect potentially Cauley-Stein who has a player option after this season, will be free agents.
The Warriors might as well see what they could get for the three and even potentially D’Angelo Russell. All four are on contracts that would certainly intrigue another team. That said, let’s dive into five deals the Warriors must consider this trade season.