James Harden still wants a trade and the Houston Rockets are starting to leak out their demands for a deal involving their MVP guard. The Brooklyn Nets and the Philadelphia 76ers have been the teams most frequently mentioned as Harden trade destinations but there are other teams that could put together favorable deals, including the Golden State Warriors.

On the daily Locked On Warriors Podcast, host Wes Goldberg lays out the package that the Warriors could offer to pair James Harden with Stephen Curry and Draymond Green.

Wes Goldberg: This is a report from ESPN, what Houston wants for Harden is a blue chip young player and several first round picks and/or several young players.

The Warriors can't really offer the best package I don't think, but if the Rockets don't want to deal James Harden to Philadelphia and if the Brooklyn thing doesn't work out, well then why wouldn't the Warriors be able to get into the mix? I do think that Bob Meyers has thought about this. It's his job to think about this. The Warriors could meet Houston's criteria for James Harden by lifting protections on the 2024 pick to Memphis, send Minnesota's top three protected 2021 pick, their own 2026 pick, swaps in 2022, 2023, and 2025, plus Wiggins, and Wiseman. That's two first round picks, three pick swaps, and a blue chip young player. I will say this, I'm not saying that the Warriors should do that. I was just saying that the Warriors could offer that.