Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins remains composed amid rumors of potential trade discussions swirling around him this offseason.

After completing his fifth season with the Warriors, Wiggins faces uncertainties about his future with the team following a season below his usual standards.

This season Wiggins averaged averaged career-low 13.2 points, 4.5 rebounds, and 1.7 assists in 27 minutes per game.

Despite the uncertainty surrounding his future, Wiggins maintains a pragmatic approach, focusing solely on what he can control.

The 29-year-old veteran acknowledges the realities of the NBA business, understanding that trade talks are part of the game.

“I take care of what I can take care of. It’s out of my control. I don’t worry about it,” Wiggins said during the end of season interview.

With three years remaining on his four-year, $109 million contract, Wiggins is prepared to adapt to any situation that arises, whether it involves staying with the Warriors or moving to a new team.