Originally Posted by Wesley33177
san antonio spurs
In an effort to open up a roster spot, san antonio is reportedly shopping dejuan blair and they may have a taker from the western conference.
Adrian wojnarowski of yahoo! Sports reported the news first this morning, and jonathan givony of draftexpress.com followed that up with this tweet suggesting that golden state is interested in the powerful 6-foot-7 forward. The big question is what it will take to complete the deal. The warriors have four draft picks that they can use in negotiations, including the no. 30 pick they acquired from the spurs in march's richard jefferson-stephen jackson deal.
If the warriors and spurs can strike a deal, it could be a deal that benefits both teams -- and that's what trades are supposed to do, right? Golden state would get a cheap, experienced rebounder to play behind david lee at the four, while san antonio would gain a roster spot for one of their earlier european draft picks like erazem lorbek to come over next season.
Link: Espn insider
How about picks #30 and #52 for Blair. Warriors have 4 picks and don't need all those draft picks on a younger rebuilding team. Blair is still young but seasoned. If that's too much then swap #52 and #59. I'd want more than pick #30.