Of all teams that don’t really need any additional help to help their team be successful, it’s the Golden State Warriors. But after losing Kevin Durant in free agency, Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry to injury, the team had a terrible campaign last season that has them with the No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft.
There have been rumors that the franchise could be seeking out a trade for their coveted No. 2 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft.
Golden State has received a few “interesting” trade offers for the No. 2 pick, per NBA insider Brian Windhorst. But none of the offers have “struck their fancy” just yet.
“Golden State has definitely had talks about moving down,” ESPN’s Brian Windhorst revealed on Monday in the latest episode of “The Jump,” via Clutch Points. “They have been offered some interesting packages from what I have been told, but nothing that has struck their fancy just yet.”
The Warriors’ roster is well-equipped for a championship run, so picking a player that high in the draft doesn’t really help them, unless they plan on trading him later in a package to get an established player in the league.