Report: Warriors considered ‘wild horse' in Siakam trade sweepstakes

Will the Warriors make a big move with the NBA trade deadline approaching?

According to rival executives, Golden State is emerging as a "wild-horse" contender in a potential trade for Toronto Raptors All-NBA forward Pascal Siakam.

While the Atlanta Hawks and Indiana Pacers remain interested in trading for Siakam, the Warriors are said to be a team to keep an eye on if Toronto decides to move the All-Star forward before the Feb. 8 trade deadline.

"The Golden State Warriors," Haynes stated on a Bleacher Report live feed on Friday. "What's going on over there, there's some upheaval going on." 

Draymond Green, Jonathan Kuminga, and Moses Moody aren't the only ones. The Warriors are currently attempting to figure out what to do with Moses Moody. 

The Bay Area is in disarray right now. So, according to my sources, Pascal Siakam could end up on the radar of the Golden State Warriors."

On paper, Siakam would be a great match for a Warriors team that is short on size and prefers seasoned talent to complement their aging core.

Siakam was averaging 22.4 points, 6.6 rebounds, and 4.9 assists in 34.9 minutes per game entering the Raptors' game against the Kings on Friday in Sacramento,

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