The Golden State Warriors view Andrew Wiggins as a ‘core-four’ player for the 2020/21 season.
Warriors general manager and president Bob Myers is calling Wiggins a ‘core-four’ player for now, next to Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green.
“We’re gonna go into this in-market bubble in a few weeks and watch what our core-four guys look like — and I’m putting Wiggins in there.
What does that even look like? Nobody has seen it. I haven’t seen it, you haven’t seen it, no coach has seen it, players haven’t felt it.
So in order to kind of move forward, we need to evaluate what we have — and evaluate what that is. I’d be lying if I knew what it was.
I have ideas of what it might be…we need to see it, and that’s why I’m excited about the weeks in September and early October to see some of it,” Myers told The Athletic’s Tim Kawakami on Wednesday, via Drew Shiller of NBC Sports Bay Area.
The Warriors finished the regular season with the worst record in the NBA (15-50), but they are expected to be title contenders next season.
Wiggins averaged 19.4 points and 3.6 assists in 12 games with the Warriors.
Golden State is expected to return to the title picture next year. The team has the talent and ability to secure its place in the postseason and fight for the top spots in the Western Conference.
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