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Warriors Could Make Surprising Decision Ahead Of Trade Deadline


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The Golden State Warriors have been through a lot this season.

Sitting at 23-25, they’re currently eleventh in the Western Conference, one spot behind the last Play-In Tournament berth.

They’ve been tangled up in countless trade rumors throughout the course of the entire season, with Andrew Wiggins, Chris Paul, and even the likes of Klay Thompson and Draymond Green mentioned as potential trade chips.

There was even a point in which some thought Jonathan Kuminga could be up for grabs, and no one but Stephen Curry seemed safe in the Bay area.

Nonetheless, according to a report by Michael Scotto of HoopsHype, the Warriors may opt to make no changes at the trade deadline (via NBA Central).

Apparently, they believe they can turn the season around with Chris Paul coming back from his hand injury and Andrew Wiggins stepping up his game again.

Needless to say, that’s rather shocking, as the team has looked flawed and out of sync for most of the season.

Then again, that would also be on cue with the Warriors’ M.O. from years prior.

They weren’t an overly aggressive team at the trade deadline under Bob Myers, so Mike Dunleavy Jr., his protegé and successor, might take a similar approach.

Even so, with Stephen Curry pretty much urging the team to get him some help after a season of struggles despite his stellar play, they have to be cautious not to cross their franchise player by refusing to make an effort to improve this team.


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