The Golden State Warriors currently sit at 25-15 and recently acquired talented volume shooter Jordan Crawford to aid their backcourt issues.
One may assume they’re done with any potential trades, but not according to general manager Bob Myers who suggested the team isn’t just sitting back after completing Wednesday’s trade.
Bob Myers: “Nobody is sitting back and saying, ‘Well, we’re done now. We did our jobs. Let’s see what happens.’”
By no stretch is this an indication that the Warriors have any type of deal imminent, but rather that they’re still out there looking.
The addition of Crawford put the Warriors about $2 million away from the NBA’s luxury tax, so the team still has wiggle room if they need.
What exactly they’d be looking for is unknown, though they could still use a traditional point guard (like an Andre Miller) even though they acquired Crawford, who is more of a shoot first mentality.
Regardless, it doesn’t sound as if it’ll be quiet by the Bay come February’s NBA trade deadline.