NBA Trade Deadline 2023 – What will the Golden State Warriors do?

With the NBA Trade Deadline fast approaching, leaders of 30 franchises are busy making the necessary moves by February 9th. Of course, every team’s situation is different, and that’s why we wanted to create a specific deadline document with the franchise. Presentation issues, issues to watch, intentions in the transfer market… we tell you everything. Golden State Warriors on the menu today.


Here, the Warriors are in a complicated situation. Currently in tenth place in the Western Conference (23 wins, 24 losses), the champions are having a difficult season. Golden State is still not able to catch the leading teams and is between the 7th and 10th places. The league’s 3rd-best offense (117.6 points scored), but only the 26th-ranked defense (118 points), is too little to hope to improve. That’s why the Bay franchise is looking for defensive reinforcements, especially on the back line, and even if it’s not a major shakeup, it could move.

What’s special about the Warriors for two seasons is that they still have the tough core that made Golden State a dynasty, but also a young core that has struggled to provide the necessary support at the rotation level this year. While Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green are looking to increase their chances of back-to-back games, the Warriors franchise also wants to focus on the future. Not an easy balance.


  • JaMychal Green : 32-year-old 4/5 post with 6.1 points, 4.1 rebounds, 1 assist per game.

There are no major changes planned, but why not tweaks and JaMychal Green could be a victim. The power forward, who will be a free agent this summer (he currently has a minimum salary of $2.6 million), could be a bargaining chip for the Warriors to free up roster space and then sign the veteran. to strengthen their rotation in the acquisition market (especially defense).


The Warriors name-checked their search for an outside linebackerAlex Caruso. The profile of the Bulls back would fit GSW’s needs perfectly. However, the 28-year-old, who is under contract this year with Chicago for $9 million through 2024-25, isn’t a sure thing to change teams at the deadline and could very well continue on the Bulls, so start May in the Bulls season.

Another track, but less specific, that Malik Beasley. The Jazz’s back, a true flamethrower off the bench, Bayda would be an additional option. But the Utah franchise is greedy and demands the first round of the draft. The 26-year-old is averaging 13.6 points per game, shooting 36 percent from three. His salary is $15.5 million this season (with a $16.5 million team option for 2023-24). The competition is also strong, and the Warriors start (very) far.


Text source: Hoopshype, Clutch Points, NBCS

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