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Golden State Warriors and some other playoff teams have expressed their interest and inquired about the availability of Payton Pritchard for a trade, sources told MassLive’s Brian Robb.

As such, Robb pointed out that the Celtics haven’t shown any intent to part ways with the young point man, who became a key rotational player during the past week upon Jaylen Brown’s inactivity.

This season, Pritchard saw a huge decrease in his role and minutes due to the team’s logjam at the backcourt. With Marcus Smart, Derrick White, and Malcolm Brogdon filling in, Pritchard can only settle at the back as an insurance ball handler.

With that, the Cs appear uninterested in shipping him away. Pritchard has been serviceable within the team in times of injuries, while also shooting a career 40.1 percent from three-point distance.

To add up, the Oregon product has a team-friendly contract and is earning just over $2 million this season.

Being a legitimate title contender, Boston certainly can’t give up their key assets, with the next few months very unpredictable from a health standpoint. Having Pritchard truly allows the club to be settled at its current backcourt and have no shortage of units to tap when it mattered the most.