The Golden State Warriors seem to be back on track. They have climbed over .500 for the season begin their way up the Western Conference. If the front office believe this team has the power to compete in the postseason, they could look for a trade of the NBA trade deadline.
With Steph Curry on the roster, Golden State will always be competitive. Curry is averaging 30.1 points per game while shooting 43.6% from the three-point line. This Golden State team was supposed to return to their championship ways this season but the loss of Klay Thompson has taken some time to get used to.
The Warriors seem to have found their groove and that could continue as we approach the All-Star break. It will be interesting to see if the front office believes they are a player away this year.
If they make this determination, the Detroit Pistons could have an intriguing name. Jerami Grant signed a free agent contract with the Pistons in the offseason. It was a three-year deal that will pay him $63 million.
Jerami Grant currently leaves the team with 23.8 points per game and shooting 44.3% percent from the field. While Grant has not been mentioned in NBA trade rumors, capitalizing on his all-time high value may be worth considering from the Pistons’ perspective.
Grant would immediately help the Warriors on both ends of the floor. Here is what it might take to give the Warriors a much-needed second star for the rest of the season.