The Golden State Warriors have the best record in the NBA, but that doesn't mean they've stopped looking for ways to improve. According to Chris Haynes of ESPN, the Warriors would be interested in acquiring forward Mike Dunleavy if the Atlanta Hawks buyout his contract:
Golden State would consider Mike Dunleavy as a possible free-agent target if he secures buyout from Atlanta, league sources tell ESPN.— Chris Haynes (@ChrisBHaynes) January 9, 2017
Atlanta acquired Dunleavy in a trade with the Cavaliers that sent Kyle Korver to Cleveland, and currently intend to keep Dunleavy on their roster.
However, that may change in the coming weeks. Dunleavy wants to play on a contender - and play a role on a contender - a chance he wasn't given in Cleveland. If the Hawks continue to struggle, they could be looking to get rid of Dunleavy.
Dunleavy is averaging 4.6 points and 2.0 rebounds on 35.1 percent three-point shooting in 15.9 minutes per game this season.Back to the Golden State Warriors Newsfeed