Warriors’ Andrew Wiggins Is Not Happy With This Season

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Following their defeat to division rivals, the Sacramento Kings, in the Play-In Tournament on Tuesday night, the Golden State Warriors have closed their season.

Now, the franchise faces a slew of challenging questions as they enter the offseason.

With the possibility looming that Stephen Curry, Draymond Green, and Klay Thompson may have played their final game together, the Warriors’ front office is tasked with significant decisions ahead.

Among the disappointments of the season was the underwhelming performance of Andrew Wiggins. Once hailed as a potential game-changer and a vital component of their previous championship triumphs, Wiggins struggled to meet expectations, grappling with off-court issues and failing to shine on the court.

Acknowledging his subpar season in the Bay Area, Wiggins expressed his acknowledgment that it wasn’t his best performance, as reported by Warriors on NBCS.

The Warriors’ early exit this season suggests impending changes, with speculation rife that Wiggins could be on the trading block. While his potential impact on the team has been evident in flashes, the Warriors can no longer rely on him consistently, opening the door to potential trade discussions in the summer.

Wiggins’ season averages reflect his struggles, with career-low figures of 13.2 points per game, shooting 45.3% from the field and 35.8% from three-point range.

It will be interesting to see what the upcoming offseason has in store for the Warriors and Andrew Wiggins.

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