The Golden State Warriors' season hasn't gone as planned. So far, the Dubs are 6-11 under new head coach Mark Jackson.
But even worse than their record was a key injury that occurred earlier this season. On January 12, backup center Kwame Brown went down with a pectoral injury that will leave him sidelined for the remainder of the 2011-2012 NBA season.
Say what you will about Brown's inability to score, but he is a presence in the paint on a team that is in search of their defensive identity. The Warriors signed center Earl Barron shortly after Brown's injury, but there are plenty of trades that they could pursue to make the entire team better—even if it means trading a fan-favorite.
Read on to find out what those trades are.