This Sixers-Warriors trade would send a veteran center to Golden State

The Golden State Warriors entered the season with hopes of contending in the Western Conference. Steph Curry is healthy and back on the floor— providing a dominant impact. They added James Wiseman with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2020 NBA Draft and could now look to add a veteran center behind him. The Philadelphia 76ers have an intriguing option in Dwight Howard.

Golden State was blasted with injuries last season. Both Steph Curry and Klay Thompson missed the season which caused them to finish near the bottom of the NBA. They landed the No. 2 pick— leading to Wiseman. On draft night, the Warriors received news that Thompson suffered yet another lower leg injury.

It turned out to be a torn Achilles and he will miss the season once again. Curry is beginning to return to form which means the team will be competitive. If they want to add another big, they could look to the Philadelphia 76ers.

Philadelphia is off to the best start this season. The duo of Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons has been looking like what the franchise has been hoping for. When Daryl Morey and Doc Rivers came to town, they both said that there was no interest in trading either player.

With the current state of the team, it is hard to imagine them parting ways with either Simmons or Embiid right now. This means they could look to make another deal, one that will not impact them as much.

Both the Philadelphia 76ers and Golden State Warriors are expected to compete this season. There is a chance that a deal gets done that will help both sides build depth for the NBA playoffs.

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