The Golden State Warriors hold an interesting position with the No. 2 pick in the 2020 NBA Draft. With a need to contend now, they need to add another talent. Could Myles Turner be an option in a three-team deal with the Indiana Pacers and Atlanta Hawks?
The Warriors will need to decide whether they want to take a prospect with the No. 2 pick, or look to move it to add a helpful contributor into the mix. With Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green still in the fold, this seems to be the best course of action.
The Pacers will be in an interesting position this offseason with Victor Oladipo potentially being on the move. Indiana would face an opportunity to make additional changes to its roster that could include Turner— depending on the style they desire to play under with their next head coach.
Meanwhile, the Hawks have gone through a rough stretch of losing but understand that Trae Young is a special talent that is ready to compete at a higher level. Looking to add more established contributors could help Atlanta to make a playoff push in 2021.
Let’s take a look at a three-team trade that involves the Atlanta Hawks, Golden State Warriors, and Indiana Pacers.