This Jazz-Warriors Trade Pairs Donovan Mitchell, Stephen Curry

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As the Golden State Warriors get back to their winning ways, another franchise could have enormous decisions to make this NBA offseason.

It was another underwhelming season for the Utah Jazz, which could lead to the front office blowing it up a bit. The duo of Donovan Mitchell and Rudy Gobert has been unable to leave the Jazz to where they want to be. Utah was eliminated in the first round of the postseason, which could have been the final straw.

On the other side of the spectrum is the Warriors. This is the best franchise in the league over the last seven years, and they are back in the Western Conference Finals once again.

With Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson healthy, a few teams could compete with the Warriors. They are showing that once again this season.

LATEST NBA NEWS & TRADE RUMORS: 2 Trade Packages To Send Utah Jazz Star Donovan Mitchell To Golden State Warriors

With that being said, the Warriors have a long history of making blockbuster deals to win titles. If there is a big name available coming out of Utah, no matter who it is, the Warriors might be interested in a potential trade that could improve the roster further.

Donovan Mitchell being involved in a trade would be the ultimate blockbuster, especially if he were to be acquired by the Golden State Warriors. Let’s look at a potential trade package to make it happen.

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