Warriors Trade Two Rising Stars for $60 Million Shot Blocker

The Golden State Warriors roster is smaller than previous year, but Steph Curry thinks it makes more sense. 

GM Mike Dunleavy Jr. may not be done building in the Bay Area after a busy offseason. If not, adding skyscrapers to Chase Center's skyline is likely on his list. Since the Dubs are already in the luxury tax, trading for height and length makes the most sense. 

Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report proposes trading four Warriors, including starter center Kevon Looney and first-round selection Brandin Podziemski, to the New York Knicks for Mitchell Robinson and Quentin Grimes.  

Jonathan Kuminga and Cory Joseph would join him in New York. 

Getty Miami Heat players Bam Adebayo (left) and Kyle Lowry (right) try to box out New York Knicks big Mitchell Robinson in a May 2023 NBA playoff game.

 Draymond Green and signing free agent big man Dario Saric this offseason.

The Dubs have one of the NBA's shortest rotations despite bringing back forward Draymond Green and signing free agent big man Dario Saric this offseason.

Robinson would provide tons of size to the Dubs. On Thursday, July 13, Buckley wrote, "He's 7'0", but his explosive athleticism makes him feel bigger." As a shot blocker and lob finisher, “He would give this front court more vertical lift than it’s had in years.” 

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