The already-stacked Golden State Warriors would become even more so after a proposed blockbuster trade brought them yet another superstar player.
The Warriors have a championship-caliber lineup led by Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, Klay Thompson, and Andrew Wiggins,
plus they added point guard and future Hall of Famer Chris Paul earlier this offseason.
After failing to win a fifth championship with their existing core last year, the Warriors may try to bolster their squad with another massive transaction before the 2024-25 NBA season begins.
The Toronto Raptors have been mentioned as a possible trade partner for the Dubs.
Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report proposed a blockbuster trade in which the Toronto Raptors would send the Golden State Warriors Pascal Siakam,
Brandin Podziemski, Jonathan Kuminga, and a top-seven protected first-round choice in 2028:
The deal might go through if the Raptors believe the hyper-athletic swingman will become a future star. Just picture him and Scottie Barnes terrifying opponents in the open court.