Warriors Trade Two Rising Stars for $60 Million Shot Blocker

Steph Curry believes that the Golden State Warriors' roster makes more sense this year than it did last, but he admits that it is still physically undersized.

Although the Bay Area has had a very active summer, general manager Mike Dunleavy Jr. may not be finished building the team just yet. 

 If he hasn't already, adding a skyscraper or two to the Chase Center skyline is undoubtedly at the top of his to-do list. 

Because the Los Angeles Lakers are already in a luxury tax deficit, it makes 

It makes a lot more sense for them to add height and length to their rotation through trade rather than signing free agents.

According to Bleacher Report's Zach Buckley, a possible trade between the Golden State Warriors and the New York Knicks would involve the sale of four players,

Including starting center Kevon Looney and first-round pick Brandin Podziemski. 

The Knicks would acquire big man Mitchell Robinson and wingman Quentin Grimes in exchange. 

If this hypothetical notion comes to life, rising star Jonathan Kuminga and recently acquired bench player Cory Joseph would also go to New York.

GettyBam Adebayo (left) and Kyle Lowry (right) of the Miami Heat try to box out Mitchell Robinson (center) of the New York Knicks during an NBA playoff game in May 2023

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