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Sports Report: Warriors open to trading D’Angelo Russell; Knicks have interest

19:40  03 february  2020
19:40  03 february  2020 Source:   yardbarker.com

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The Golden State Warriors appear to be warming up to the idea of trading D ' Angelo Russell . However, Minnesota is not the only team kicking the tires on Russell . Shams Charania of The Athletic reports that the New York Knicks have also discussed packages with the T-Wolves.

The Knicks have only their own first-round pick this year, and since their record of 14-36 is fourth-worst in the NBA, it is difficult to There is some question about whether the Warriors are willing to trade Russell this year regardless of what is offered. Wes Goldberg of the Mercury News reported Monday

Evan Fournier, D'Angelo Russell are posing for a picture© Darren Yamashita-USA TODAY Sports

The Golden State Warriors appear to be warming up to the idea of trading D’Angelo Russell.

Russell has been the lone bright spot in what is already a lost season for the Warriors, and reports last month indicated Golden State had been telling interested teams they would need to be blown away to trade Russell. However, Marc Stein of The New York Times is now reporting that the Warriors are listening to offers, and the Minnesota Timberwolves are aggressively pursuing Russell.

Russell is averaging 23.8 points and 6.3 assists per game this season. With Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson injured and Kevin Durant having moved on to the Brooklyn Nets, Russell has been Golden State’s best player. The Warriors are believed to want a high draft pick in return for Russell, which could make a deal with the rebuilding Timberwolves difficult.

However, Minnesota is not the only team kicking the tires on Russell. Shams Charania of The Athletic reports that the New York Knicks have also discussed packages with the T-Wolves. Charania was also told by a source that the Timberwolves have informed the Warriors they will not part with their unprotected 2020 first-round pick.

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Warriors likely need to be overwhelmed with offer to trade D ' Angelo Russell by Thursday's trade deadline. Click to email this to a friend ( Opens in new window). New York’s SNY confirmed Sunday night the Knicks have engaged the Warriors in trade discussions for Russell and among

Prospect Report : Cole Anthony Of North Carolina. The Golden State Warriors and Minnesota Timberwolves remain engaged in trade talks centered around D ' Angelo Russell . The New York Knicks have also registered interest in Russell . The Warriors are only willing to consider a Russell

Russell is a ball-dominant player, so it’s fair to wonder if he and Curry will compliment each other well. The Warriors could wait until the summer to see if better offers come in four Russell, or they could try to use the point guard to lure one of his superstar buddies to Golden State.

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