The Warriors’ trade deadline is relatively quiet, Cuminga, Wiseman, Moody have teams asking for prices
According to Shams, a well-known NBA reporter, revealed on social media that according to sources, the defending champion Golden State Warriors will be relatively quiet on the trade deadline of this season. With the comeback of core player Stephen Curry and the recovery of Klay Thompson’s state in the season, the team is also gradually improving in record, so the team will not rush to trade before the season’s trade deadline.
Shams said on social media: The Golden State Warriors will be very quiet at the trade deadline of this season, although other team managements in the league have asked the Warriors management about Jonathan Kuminga, James Wiseman and Moses Mu Di’s situation, but the Warriors’ management wants to keep these young people, although the team’s veteran Curry and Thompson are the core of the team’s team building. So for the Warriors, this season will be a relatively quiet trade deadline. The team management and coaching staff are trying to give Anthony Lamb a chance. Lamb will also have a lot of playing time at critical moments. I feel that even if the Warriors make moves, it will only be a very small deal.
The Warriors are currently ranked fifth in the Western Conference with 26 wins and 24 losses. The team has also won three consecutive victories recently, and the team also reversed the situation on the court in time after the team’s downturn at the beginning of the season. Especially in January, with the performance of Thompson, Kuminga and Curry, the team also won consecutive victories, which also allowed the team to slow down the pace of trading.