With the NBA trade deadline less than 48 hours away, the Warriors remain open to dealing swingman Kelly Oubre Jr. but have yet to be given an offer that truly piques their interest, Yahoo! Sports' Vincent Goodwill reported Tuesday.
"Kelly Oubre Jr. is getting interest around the league but there are no real offers to make Golden State jump just yet," Goodwill writes.
Oubre, 25, will be an unrestricted free agent this offseason and his camp believes the Warriors swingman can get "a top-10 deal," according to Goodwill. While the Warriors do believe Oubre can be part of a title-contending team next season, Golden State appears open to trading him if the right package is involved.
Golden State has two prized assets in James Wiseman and the Minnesota Timberwolves' 2021 top-three protected first-round pick, but neither will be available unless it's for a marquee star. With Bradley Beal content to try to win with the Washington Wizards, this year's trade deadline won't have the headline name that normally comes with the annual cutoff point.
The Warriors (22-21) enter Tuesday night's game against the Philadelphia 76ers in ninth place in the Western Conference and have been battling with the .500 mark all season.
President of basketball operations Bob Myers has said the Warriors would be aggressive at the deadline, but Golden State is trying to walk a fine line as it looks to find a way to give Steph Curry help for a title run next season without sacrficing what the organization believes is a ticket to another dynasty in Wiseman and the Wolves' first-round pick.