2. Mike Muscala
If there's one player the Wizards will orchestrate a buyout with, it's probably more likely to be Mike Muscala than it is Gallinari. Having been involved in the same Porzingis trade during the offseason, Muscala has had limited playing time in Washington.
While he's never been a star by any means, Muscala has carved out a decade-long career with his ability to stretch out to the three-point line as a 6'10" center. Still only 32, he should still have plenty left to give.
That's unlikely to be with the Wizards in the long-term though, having averaged just 10.7 minutes in six games so far this season. Muscala is currently averaging 3.0 points and 2.2 rebounds on 37.5% shooting and 25% from three, but that doesn't showcase the true value he can provide to a team.
Across 63 games with the Oklahoma City Thunder and Boston Celtics last season, Muscala averaged 6.1 points and 3.2 rebounds in 15 minutes on 44.9% from the floor and an efficient 39.1% from three-point range.
He played sparingly for the Celtics during the postseason, and realistically wouldn't be earning huge minutes for the Warriors either. However, he's a situational player that can provide some floor spacing at the five-spot, perhaps offering an alternative to Saric who's shooting just 32.8% from three-point range so far this season.
Muscala might not be the most exciting name or have the biggest impact, but at the very least he might be a realistic possibility for the Warriors and other teams.