NBA trade rumors: Warriors may move anyone not named Stephen Curry or Andrew Bogut

Dec 15, 2013; Phoenix, AZ, USA; Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson (left), guard Stephen Curry (left center) , forward David Lee (right center) and guard Kent Bazemore (right) watch from the bench in the first half against the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center. The Suns defeated the Warriors 106-102. Mandatory Credit: Jennifer Stewart-USA TODAY Sports

The Golden State Warriors entered the season with plenty of expectations and they will not be content until they can reach the NBA Finals. Despite starting off the season with a solid 30-20 record, it appears that the Warriors front office, who is known to be aggressive, may be willing to make some moves before the NBA trade deadline.

According to reports, there is a growing belief around the league that the Warriors may trade anyone “not named Stephen Curry or Andrew Bogut.”

From Sam Amick of USA Today:

Considering the heightened expectations this season and the fact that Golden State owner Joe Lacob means it when he says he’s trying to build a championship team, it’s safe to say the Warriors aren’t content with their current standing (sixth in the Western Conference).

They have one of the most aggressive front offices in the league, and rival executives are of the belief that anyone not named Stephen Curry or Andrew Bogut is up for discussion.

Golden State is already in good shape and they can beat anyone in the league when their shooters are on, so while they may have an outside chance of making a move, they would be just fine if the roster stays as is.

Topics: Golden State Warriors, NBA Trade Rumors

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