Stephen Curry to Lose Key Warriors Teammate as Cavaliers Show Reported Interest.
The Golden State Warriors are back to contending for NBA Championships again. After going through a two-year stretch where they didn’t qualify for the playoffs, things are back to normal. With a great mixture of veteran talent and young blood, and Stephen Curry leading the team, the Warriors can compete for years to come. However, it seems like an important member of their team is being circled by a potential suitor.
According to some reports, the Cleveland Cavaliers are thinking about Andrew Wiggins inside their organization. This could be a sort of homecoming for the Canadian star. Cleveland selected Wiggins as the number one overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft. But he was then traded to the Timberwolves as part of a trade for Kevin Love.
Wiggins would then go on to play for the Timberwolves for five seasons before getting traded to the Warriors. He is a three and D player, which is a very rare skill in the league. He has adjusted his game to his current need and is an important role player right now for the Warriors. His stock is high right now and it would take a big offer from the Cavs to make Golden State even think about moving him.
The Warriors currently face the Dallas Mavericks in their series. Warriors lead the Western Conference Finals 3-1 with a chance to close the series tonight at home. As their core of Steph, Klay, and Draymond ages, they need to make full use of every chance they get at a championship.
Stephen Curry to Lose Key Warriors Teammate as…
The Warriors are in a peculiar spot right now. They need to maximize this window of contention but need to make careful roster decisions. They have a perfect winning culture. Trading away an important role player may improve detrimental in the long run.
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