“We're talking to a few teams to see if there's anything we can do to improve our basketball club,” said Colangelo. “We've never sat back and been comfortable. We're always going to compete and improve our levels of competition.
“I'm talking about not only a tweak, but in a big deal, we're going to be a buyer, not a seller.”
Like Burke, Colangelo is no stranger to big moves. He brought in nine new players prior to the start of the year in an effort to improve upon last season's dismal 33-49 showing. When the results weren't positive early in the season, fans started to worry.
“It wasn't just the fans that were worried about the slow start,” said Colangelo. “We all were. But we kind of knew it was coming ... with so much change, those effects are going to happen.
“We had a (tough early) schedule ... it wasn't an excuse, it was a reality. We had the fact that everyone had to acclimate, including the coaching staff, to all the new bodies. But we seem to have found a nice balance. We're competing night in and night out.”