3. Andrew Wiggins/Robert Covington
For Wiggins, he is a young and consistent scorer. Averaging 19.4 points per game for his career, Wiggins can enter the game and become an instant offensive weapon. His athleticism gives him the tools necessary to be a good defender, though he is far from reaching his full potential.
Meanwhile, Covington is already an elite perimeter defender. He is established as a great two-way player and can stretch the floor with his catch-and-shoot capabilities. Covington knocked down a career-high 2.5 3-pointers a game last season with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Covington is likely the player that could help the Warriors the most as of right now, but Wiggins has the All-Star potential. The price for acquiring one of these guys might be too high, but it would be amazing to watch either of them suit up for the Dubs.