Wilson Chandler made a name for himself in Denver. After six-and-a-half seasons in the Mile High City, Chandler seemed to out on a quest for a championship, joining the Brooklyn Nets after playing for the LA Clippers.
Chanderl signed a one-year minimum-value deal to play with the Nets. After adding Kyrie Irving and Kevin Durant, the Nets were looking like one of the best teams in the East. However, that just hasn’t been the reality of it, although they should up a postseason contender.
Averaging 5.9 points per game, Chandler’s last few seasons may not have gone how he wanted them to, but he could join Golden State and be on a true contender. Shooting just 40% from the field, Chandler is a threat from deep and a top-notch perimeter defender.
He’s no Andre Iguodala, but Chandler does have all the tools that it takes to help take their second unit to the new level. Typically having one of the worst scoring benches, bringing a player that once averaged 15.7 points per game onto the roster should only bring positives.
This should be a low-cost signing, and it’s one Golden State must consider.