Wilson Chandler’s career has taken a quick nosedive since his days in Denver. He was averaging a career-high 15.7 points per game during the 2016-2017 season then it declined to 10.0, and since that 2017-2018 season, he’s failed to average double figures.
The other thing that should be noted about Chandler is that one season he was averaging over 41% from downtown. Chandler has the ability to shoot from deep, and while his numbers have dipped, he may be able to return to that play in the right atmosphere, being just 33 years old.
Playing in 35 games for Brooklyn this season, Chandler will be a free agent at the end of the season and should look for a title contender to join. The Warriors, who lost Alec Burks and Glenn Robinson to midseason trades, could use a player of Chandler’s caliber on the roster.
Chandler would certainly be a minimum-value addition. He still has some room to play on a loaded roster, but he must show that he can return to even a fraction of the player he was a few seasons ago.
Still young, Chandler has time on his side, but he must find a good fit this offseason. Why not Golden State?