The major trade that would offer an ultra-coveted star to the Warriors!


Still outside the Top 10 of the Western Conference, the Warriors are going through a crisis that is starting to worry in the Bay. A trade could possibly solve some of their problems, especially if it allows them to attract a big name outbound!

The observation is simple: with 7 defeats in the last 10 games, they simply have the worst series in the West in this period. The Warriors are experiencing a disastrous start to the season, and still cannot find the solution to get out of this debacle. The latest setback against the Nets, which allowed tongues to loosen in the team, could act as a detonator, particularly on the trade market.

The luxury replacement that the Warriors could afford

In the columns of Bleacher ReportGrant Hughes suggests the name of a potential high-profile recruit to Golden State executives:

The Warriors need help in a lot of areas, but backing up Curry in scoring and shot creation might be the most important. When Curry returns, the Warriors won’t be able to consider draining their best player again like they did in the first third of the season.

Combining the salaries of James Wiseman and Moses Moody would almost allow the Warriors to put together a deal for (Bojan) Bogdanovic and his 43.2% at 3 points average. The Pistons, who may be bluffing, have so far rebuffed other offers for a high-value draft asset. Wiseman and Moody don’t fit that description, but Detroit could get worse than two former lottery picks who couldn’t prove their worth on a title-seeking team.

Author of 30 points against Brooklyn this Wednesday, Wiseman showed that his status as 2nd pick in the 2020 Draft was not necessarily usurped. The 17 points scored by Moody in the blowout are also promising. In other words, the profile of the two hopefuls of the Dubs could please the front office of Detroit in view of the future. The following exchange could therefore be negotiated between the two franchises:

Of course, impossible for the Pistons to accept such an offer from their counterparts as it stands. The latter should indeed include one or more of the four future 1st round-picks in their possession. Thus, they could get their hands on the experienced Croatian winger, whose qualities as a shooter and scorer would do wonders off the bench on the side of San Francisco!

Faced with the lack of confidence given by Steve Kerr to James Wiseman and Moses Moody, parting with them should not be a problem for the Warriors. Especially if it coincides with the arrival of a new star like Bojan Bogdanovic in the workforce!

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