Stephen Curry Could Force Warriors To Rethink Not Trading Their Young Players

Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green make up the veteran core of the Golden State Warriors, a team.

They have collectively won four championships, and they have a chance to do it again this year.

The Warriors are a team that many fans and analysts believe needs to make a win-now decision. The Warriors, however, don't appear to be actively seeking to trade their young players, according to some reports.

Having said that, it's possible they'll have a change of heart in the future. Sean Deveney of Heavy recently reported that Stephen Curry might "force a rethink" from the team regarding their stance.

"Then there are, of course, the Warriors, who have signaled they won’t be very active at the deadline—though many around the league believe that will change."

"The Warriors need help up front, but there is some panic within the organization about the fact that the team’s bench has just not come together this year."

"Ownership remains reluctant to break up the young trio of James Wiseman, Moses Moody and Jonathan Kuminga, but some strong internal voices could force a rethink on that."

Who? Easy: “Steph Curry,” the executive said. “If he says to ownership, ‘You’ve got to get some help for right now, not for down the road,’ then that will go a long way."

"There’s only a few players you absolutely have to listen to, and Steph is one. Beasley would be a good bench piece for them if they wanted to trade off one of the young guys.”