The Golden State Warriors brought in Andrew Wiggins this season and could potentially deal him this upcoming offseason.
There’s no denying this has been a tough, difficult season for the Golden State Warriors.
It started off with Klay Thompson slated to return in the spring and a dynamic backcourt of Stephen Curry and D’Angelo Russell planning to take the court every night.
Well, Curry broke his hand in the fourth game of the season and Thompson, given the team’s lack of success, was eventually shut down for the season. Those two just broke the hearts of Warrior fans all around.
Also, Russell, who the team didn’t truly get to evaluate with Thompson and Curry, was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves, returning Andrew Wiggins and a 2021 first-round pick. That was the league’s blockbuster deal leading up to the February 6 trade deadline.
They also have their 2020 first-round pick as well given the team’s incompetence, having projected it 1-20 before trading it to Brooklyn this past offseason.
The Warriors will be looking to vengeance this coming season after most likely having under 20 wins during their 2019-2020 campaign. That said, let’s breakdown three reasons why the Warriors may want to trade Wiggins before embarking on that new road.