Golden State Warriors: 3 players who could be traded before 2020

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The Golden State Warriors could look to make a trade or two before the end of the year. If so, here are three players who could find themselves moved before 2020.

The Golden State Warriors season hasn’t exactly gone as many fans had likely hoped.

While some regression was absolutely expected following the loss of Kevin Durant in the offseason and the absence of Klay Thompson for much of the season, few could have predicted the sequence of events that would unfold over the first two weeks.

Injuries absolutely decimated what was an already thin Warriors roster to the point that it became unrecognizable to the casual viewer. Stephen Curry went down with a broken hand that is expected to sideline him for much of the season and Draymond Green has joined him on the injury report.

Replacing them were the likes of undrafted two-way player Ky Bowman, second-round pick Eric Paschall, and veteran’s minimum players such as Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson III.

This was a roster that more closely resembled the late-2000s/early 2010s teams rather than the championship-winning squads that would follow.

And with the struggles mounting, it appears that the 2019-20 campaign may be a lost season for the Warriors. As such, we could possibly see the team make a few trades before the year ends when the December 15th trade window opens up.

Here are three players who may no longer be on the Warriors by the time 2020 arrives.