This massive three-team trade would involve Pacers’ Myles Turner, Warriors’ No. 2 pick

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The 2020 NBA Draft is going to be full of rumors and potential big-time trades. One team to keep an eye on could be the Golden State Warriors, who hold the No. 2 overall pick. Golden State could look to make a deal with the Indiana Pacers, who have Myles Turner, and Atlanta Hawks in a big three-team trade.

Both the Hawks and Pacers are in intriguing situations heading into the offseason.

For the Pacers, the futures of Victor Oladipo and Turner hang in the balance. No one knows yet who the next head coach of the Pacers will be. Chris Finch is a name who has been mentioned as the front-runner, which would be solid for a team needing an offensive overhaul.

As for the Hawks, Trae Young and company are headed in the right direction. However, they are going to need another piece or two in order to compete for a spot in the Eastern Conference playoffs.

All of that being said, let’s take a look at a three-team deal between the Warriors, Pacers, and Hawks that could make sense for all parties involved.