Glenn Robinson III is having a very solid season with the Warriors.
As a result, he might not finish the season with the Dubs.
Robinson is one of a handful of veterans the Warriors are willing to trade if they find a deal to their liking. Perhaps something will materialize in the coming weeks with the Philadelphia 76ers, because as Kevin O'Connor of The Ringer reported Thursday:
The Sixers have expressed interest in a long list of wings, including Malik Beasley (Nuggets), Glenn Robinson III (Warriors), Davis Bertans (Wizards), E’Twaun Moore (Pelicans), and Andre Iguodala (Grizzlies), according to multiple league sources.
Robinson -- who turned 26 years old Wednesday -- is averaging career highs in points (12.1), rebounds (4.7), assists (1.6) and steals (0.9), while shooting over 45 percent from the field and just under 40 percent from 3-point range.
He is making just under $1.9 million this season and will be an unrestricted free agent this summer.
If the Warriors do end up striking a deal for Robinson before the Feb. 6 trade deadline, they still could re-sign him in July.
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