The Golden State Warriors reached rock bottom after losing 116-107 to a weakened Memphis Grizzlies club in a nationally televised Martin Luther King Day game.
Not even Draymond Green's return from an extended ban could save the struggling Warriors, who are currently 1.5 games out of the play-in tournament with an 18-22 record.
It could be the final straw, causing significant changes following the February 8 trade deadline.
Eric Pincus of Bleacher Report has revealed how much it will cost the Warriors to acquire Toronto's two-time All-NBA forward Pascal Siakam.
"According to sources, the Raptors are looking for a return similar to what they got from the New York Knicks for OG Anunoby (
Barrett and Immanuel Quickley)—young players who can fit around Scottie Barnes," Pincus said in a January 16 article.
The Warriors and Raptors have previously discussed trades including Siakam, but no deal is imminent.
"The buzz all year has the Warriors minding their budget, but the team is struggling and still wants to keep the Steph Curry era competitive," Pincus said in a statement.
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