The Warriors are among the teams to have shown "serous interest" in trading for Kirk Hinrich, according to USA Today's Sam Amick.
Golden State has also been linked to disgruntled Nuggets PG Andre Miller, and they're clearly not sold on Toney Douglas as their primary backup PG. Chicago may be willing to part with Hinrich, as they're throwing the towel for the 2013-14 season, and D.J. Augustin's solid play would make the loss less painful. Stay tuned.rotoworldESPN Chicago believes Mike Dunleavy could be traded down the line.
Dunleavy is going to see a boost in minutes and role in the wake of the Luol Deng trade, but he's a veteran piece that is not part of the rebuild project now going on in Chicago. If the Bulls can get an asset for him at the deadline, don't be surprised if they jump on it. But before that happens, Dunleavy is certainly worth an add in all formats as he soaks up some of Deng's departed 37.4 minutes. He was already averaging 10.8 points, 3.8 rebounds and 1.4 treys per game.