The Golden State Warriors could easily make a trade this offseason, and if they do, who is most likely to find themselves a new home?
Likely finishing last in the Western Conference as the league is likely not playing out the final 17 games of the season, the Golden State Warriors, after representing the West in five straight Finals, could very easily finish the season 15-50.
Although some around the league may doubt the Warriors’ ability to bounce back, a fully loaded team should be able to compete with the best in the West. After all, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry did combine for just five games this season.
Also, the team was in limbo for the bulk of the season as trade rumors consistently surrounded superstar D’Angelo Russell. As we know, Russell was eventually traded in a deal that brought small forward Andrew Wiggins to the Bay.
With such a poor record, the Warriors retained their 2020 first-round pick, a potential trading chip for the upcoming offseason as the high-end prospects don’t possess a skill set that may easily translate to the Warriors roster.
This team needs to improve ever so slightly in order to get back to the Finals. In order to do that, they could mortgage the future by combining these players in a trade. That said, let’s dive into three most tradable players on this Warriors’ roster.