The Golden State Warriors could use another star in the mix and they have the second overall pick of the 2020 NBA Draft to serve as an asset. It is no secret that the Dubs are listening to offers for that right but nothing has come their way so far.

Tied up to that, it comes as no surprise that the Dubs are also taking the initiative to see if they can get teams to offer them big names. No identities were revealed but the effort from their end netted nothing, ESPN reported.

However, there was a name suggested recently in Jrue Holiday of the New Orleans Pelicans. Some feel that the 30-year-old would be a perfect fit for the Dubs. But given that he is still owed roughly $51.5 million for the next two years, the numbers may not add up for the Warriors. Golden State only has a $17.2 million trade exception, meaning they may not be able to afford Holiday.

Regardless, giving up the second overall pick for Holiday may not be in their best interest. The Dubs need a big man in the mix, a reason why they have their sights set on James Wiseman. But as most know, the former Memphis Tiger center is someone that needs work.

So far, only the New York Knicks appear to be a sensible team to deal with. This is with the understanding that they are open to including Mitchell Robinson plus their 8th pick in a deal with the Dubs. Nothing has progressed from this suggested trade scenario.

If nothing goes down, the Warriors are likely to settle for Wiseman. But then again, things could change. If LaMelo Ball is taken in by the Minnesota Timberwolves, Anthony Edwards would easily fall to the Charlotte Hornets.

Edwards is a talent that many feels are too good to pass up. If the second overall pick belonged to someone else, he would have likely been the choice.

The former Georgia Bulldog is an asset on both ends of the court. The Warriors could take him in as a potential investment for the future. But the problem is that Edwards may not patiently wait for his chance with Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson still the main guns of head coach Steve Kerr. Nevertheless, anything remains possible with the 2020 NBA Draft set for Nov. 18.

 Jrue Holiday #11 of the New Orleans Pelicans Jrue Holiday #11 of the New Orleans Pelicans Getty Images | Jonathan Bachman