The Golden State Warriors have a disabled player exception that they could use to enhance their roster. Some veterans may be cheap right now as well.
Despite a rough start to the season, the Golden State Warriors have bounced back. At full strength, they look like a playoff-contending team.
Draymond Green‘s return has made a huge difference in how this team performs on both ends of the court. Getting their leader back was huge, and with a win over the Clippers and Blazers, they’ve proven that they can compete with some of the league’s best teams.
Where does the team go from there?
Well, they continue to improve with their current roster. They have the players on their roster that can take steps forward. Kelly Oubre Jr. and Andrew Wiggins have ultra-high ceilings but still need to find their groove.
However, they could still use more help. The Warriors bench could use some additional scoring, and they could still use a top-tier perimeter defender that’ll be able to lock down Kawhi Leonard and LeBron James, the teams they’ll likely have to plan on taking down in the postseason.
That said, some players aren’t playing well right now and teams are underperforming. With that, let’s dive into five buy-low trade targets that the Warriors should consider.