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NBA Trade Rumors: Timberwolves Could Send Robert Covington & Jeff Teague To Golden State For D’Angelo Russell

NBA Trade Rumors: Timberwolves Could Send Robert Covington & Jeff Teague To Golden State For D’Angelo Russell

D’Angelo Russell may have just signed a new contract with the Golden State Warriors, but his name continues to surface in various trade rumors. Though he can somewhat fill the hole Kevin Durant left on the offensive end of the floor, Russell is clearly an off fit to the Warriors’ team that has Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson in their backcourt. Once Thompson fully recovers from an injury and regains his All-Star form, the Warriors are expected to trade Russell for quality veterans that could boost their chance of reclaiming the NBA championship title in the 2019-20 NBA season. According...

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