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Analyst Says It’s Time For One Warriors Veteran ‘To Go’

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The Golden State Warriors have excelled at making the most of some players who haven’t panned out somewhere else.

Similar to what the Miami Heat have done with role players, Steve Kerr maximized some guys’ values while they were there.

Nonetheless, all good things eventually come to an end, and it seems like that’s the case with Andrew Wiggins.

Wiggins was one of the biggest contributors to their latest championship, but he hasn’t been the same player ever since.

Either because of personal issues that kept him away from the team or flat-out inconsistency, the former No. 1 pick took his foot off the gas, and he might be the odd man out now.

At least, that’s how NBA analyst Jason Dumas feels.

Talking on 95.7 The Game, Dumas claimed that the Canadian guard/forward was ‘an anomaly’ when he had a great year to help the Warriors win, adding that it was time for him to go now.

"2022 Andrew Wiggins was an exception, an anomaly… He helped the Warriors win a championship, but it's time to go." – @JDumasReports

Is a Wiggins trade the next domino to fall?


— 95.7 The Game (@957thegame) July 6, 2024

Wiggins got a big payday from the Warriors after winning an NBA championship, and that might make it difficult for them to find him a suitable trade suitor who could also give them some decent value in return.

He’s proven that he can be an outstanding defender and a great energy guy when he’s locked in, but he’s just too inconsistent, especially on the offensive end of the floor.

It was a nice run, and they helped him salvage his career after a disappointing start with the Minnesota Timberwolves, but his time has come.

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