The Golden State Warriors have been trying to maintain multiple timelines by having their championship core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, while also developing a number of high-potential former lottery picks.

Those lottery picks, James Wiseman and Jonathan Kuminga, were expected to contribute this season, but the early returns have been discouraging.

Bob Myers was asked if Golden State's slow start to the season has made the franchise reconsider whether they need to make a win-now trade by moving one or more of those young players.

"I know it’s been written and maybe too succinctly: We’re always open to anything," said Myers. "Nothing is concrete in this business and it’s never been more so in the NBA. Doesn’t mean we’re doing anything now. We haven’t made any decisions. But I would say that we think we’re a contender and we’ll evaluate if we’re still a contender, what we look like, many games from now and decide the best course to move forward.

"I go back to last year at the deadline and this clamor we had to have a big guy or we weren’t going to win. And that’s fine. But you never know, right? [Kevon] Looney played 82, and Draymond, and it worked out. So it’s hard to say as far as personnel what the right buttons to push are.

"We’re not going to overreact to this start. We’re going to see how we move through it. But we view ourselves as contenders. There’s no secret there. And we’ll look at the roster as we move ahead. But at this point, it’s way too early to kind of make any proclamations about what we’re going to do. I know there’s an intense interest. I love that we have such a following in our community and such a passion for our team. It’s so nice to work in an environment where we have that engagement level. I mean, I walk across the street and get yelled at about what we need to do, which is what I love about the Bay Area and San Francisco.

"But it is 11 games. I’ll get back on the phone with you after 40 games or half the season and if we’re talking about the same stuff, maybe it’ll be different answers. But at this point, it is early. Not so early that we don’t care what we’re looking like. But it is too early to kind of make any drastic decisions."