Heading for free agency, a Norman Powell trade is possible before Thursday's NBA trade deadline.
Orlando Magic forward Aaron Gordon has made a trade request. Gordon has been the center of NBA trade rumors in recent weeks and has been linked with numerous teams.
Stephen Curry and James Harden are among the best guards in basketball, bar none. This doesn't just apply for this season or throughout their respective careers. They’re two of the best to ever play the game, period.
As it's now expected that they will make a move or two before the trade deadline, here are five names that could help the Warriors secure a playoff berth in May.
The organisation that decrees that they are lightyears ahead must find a course of direction and stick to, or risk floundering, perpetually playing catch up, and maybe, just maybe, without superstar Steph Curry.
Who's the MVP as it stands?
The Houston Rockets have released DeMarcus Cousins, per Shams Charania.
Draymond Green put the NBA on blast for its treatment of players. Green spoke on the double standard between how players who want to leave their teams are treated compared to teams that want to move players.
It seems Blake Griffin has played his final game for the Detroit Pistons. Detroit is sitting Griffin until a decision is made on his future.
The Nets went super-small on Saturday. It led them to a big win over the Golden State Warriors, and Bruce Brown was spectacular.
Pelicans guard Lonzo Ball is available in trade talks. New Orleans has fielded calls about Ball and JJ Redick in recent weeks.
There's a packed NBA schedule on MLK Day. The Bucks and Nets meet in an Eastern Conference showdown. Stephen Curry and LeBron James go head-to-head once again in the final game of the night.
Following news of James Harden being traded to the Brooklyn Nets, there were reports of teams showing trade interest in P.J. Tucker.
Curry's 62 points was the most since Devin Booker hit 70 in 2017. It was a spectacular night from one of the game's greatest ever players. Curry went through his box of tricks, a menace off ball, handling it like Allen Iverson, hitting contested threes like few on the planet can.
And whether a case of recency bias or agenda-setting on the part of the media, Portland guard Damian Lillard sparked not only comparisons between himself and Curry, but also conversations that he may have surpassed the three-time champion after his spirited playoff performances in the NBA bubble—a debate that has endured to this day.