The Golden State Warriors may search the trade market for reinforcements in order to stem the bleeding and address their problems before it's too late.
Every club, even the NBA champions in the current season, might suffer from losing some important players. The Golden State Warriors are still searching for their best rhythm, and Steve Kerr is having trouble maintaining a consistent rotation.
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The Golden State Warriors may search the trade market for reinforcements in order to stem the bleeding and address their problems before it’s too late.
We are already aware that it is best not to write off the Warriors. They have often battled back from the brink of defeat and, unless proven otherwise, have established themselves as the Western Conference’s team to beat.
They must, however, address a few obvious problems as quickly as possible. Eric Pinus, an NBA source, thinks they may be in the running for a big guy like Spurs’ Jakob Poeltl or pacers’ Myles Turner.
Kevon Looney is a key component of championship teams, but he and Draymond Green appear to be outclassed by the size of the NBA. The Warriors have dropped to 25th overall from seventh in the NBA a year ago in terms of rebounds. Golden State needs more assistance up front, and Wiseman doesn’t seem prepared to step in.
Competing execs think the Warriors want more size in a player like Jakob Poeltl of the San Antonio Spurs or Myles Turner of the Indiana Pacers in addition to obtaining a dynamic defensive wing in Crowder.