New Orleans Pelicans small forward Brandon Ingram is one of the young players who are frequently mentioned in various trade rumors. Ingram is yet to show a single indication that he's no longer happy in New Orleans but with the ongoing drama surrounding the Pelicans, he's expected to be targeted by multiple teams before the 2022 NBA trade deadline.Though the Pelicans aren't entertaining trade offers right now, Ingram has already been linked to several title contenders that want to boost their chances of winning the NBA championship title this season.Ingram To WarriorsOne of the most intriguing landing spots for Ingram is the Golden State Warriors. With the trio of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, and Draymond Green, the Warriors are already considered a legitimate threat in the Western Conference in the 2021-22 NBA season. However, to have a better chance of reaching the NBA Finals and reclaiming their throne this year, most people believe that the Warriors still need more star power on their roster.According to Kenneth Teape of NBA Analysis Network, Ingram would be the "perfect" target for the Warriors before the 2022 NBA trade deadline.Unstoppable Warriors' OffenseIngram may not be as good as Kevin Durant, but he's capable of filling the hole that he left in the Warriors' wing. As Teape noted, adding Ingram to the Warriors' core would make them unstoppable on the offensive end of the floor this season."Trying to slow down a trio of Curry, Thompson, and Ingram is something that would keep the opposing coaching staff up late at night," Teape wrote. "There would be no good plan to slow down that trio, as you would have to just hope that they have an off night."Fourth SuperstarThe successful acquisition of Ingram before the 2022 NBA trade deadline would fulfill the Warriors' dream of adding a fourth superstar to their roster. Ingram would boost the Warriors' performance on both ends of the floor, giving them a prolific scorer, a great rebounder, playmaker, perimeter defender, and floor-spacer.This season, the 24-year-old small forward is averaging 25.0 points, 7.3 rebounds, and 4.8 assists. He's also shooting 46.6 percent from the field and 45.5 percent from beyond the arc, per ESPN.Ingram To Warriors TradeIngram may not be on the same level as Portland Trail Blazers point guard Damian Lillard and Washington Wizards shooting guard Bradley Beal, but bringing him to Golden State would still require the Warriors to pay the king's ransom. Earlier in September, Zach Buckley of Bleacher Report suggested a way on how the Warriors would be able to acquire Ingram from the Pelicans.In the proposed trade scenario, the Warriors would be sending a package that includes Andrew Wiggins, James Wiseman, and Jonathan Kuminga to the Pelicans in exchange for Ingram, Tomas Satoransky, and Jaxson Hayes.