7 trade packages that would jumble up the 2020 NBA Draft

Anthony Edwards, NBA Draft, Charlotte Hornets, Minnesota Timberwolves
NBA Analysis Network

The 2020 NBA Draft is rapidly approaching and with that comes no shortage of trade ideas with the top selections in the order. In an offseason where many transactions between teams are expected, there has been much anticipation built.

A team to watch that has caught the attention of many for a while is the Golden State Warriors, who hold the No. 2 pick. The return of Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson to the lineup presents an opportunity to move the selection for an established contributor.

Even the Minnesota Timberwolves with the No. 1 pick could end up looking to make something happen on the trade block. There isn’t a Zion Williamson or LeBron James type prospect in this class and they are a team that is trying not to mess things up.

There will be plenty of teams looking to move down or trade out, but the right opportunity has to be there to get a deal done. It could require some creativity if other teams aren’t necessarily enamored with the thought of moving up a ton of spots.

With that being said, let’s take a look at seven trade packages that would jumble up the 2020 NBA Draft.

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