NBA Draft 2010: 5 Players Being Considered by the Golden State Warriors

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NBA Draft 2010: 5 Players Being Considered by the Golden State Warriors

The Golden State Warriors are always one of the hardest teams to figure out.

They aren’t exactly the Oakland Raiders or anything, but you never know with this franchise.

With their ownership and coaching situations currently in flux, anything could go for this unpredictable squad.

Nothing is out of the realm of possibility, as the Warriors need help across the board.

Furthermore, the unloading of Corey Maggette opens up another spot on a roster full of them.

At this point, the only player I feel Golden State will not trade is Stephen Curry, who came on very strong at the end of the season.

Monta Ellis is still there, as well. And, while he probably isn’t safe as far as trade rumors go, he is a solid player.

Also, Golden State appears to be looking for a big man. The best plan would probably be to hold onto Ellis and leave the backcourt intact.

The No. 6 pick seems to be an undesirable position in a draft that is supposed to have five elite players, so Golden State will have to either be creative or sold on their conviction of whoever stands atop their draft board after the Big Five.

Here are five directions that Golden State will likely go in the NBA Draft.

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