In advance of the NBA Draft next month, it’s worth monitoring the Golden State Warriors’ activity at No. 2 overall, as well as the status of Andrew Wiggins.
Golden State’s No. 2 pick in the lottery could be the highest pick traded in the draft, assuming the Timberwolves stick at No. 1 as expected.
One of the Warriors’ main avenues for making a big splash would be to package the No. 2 pick and Andrew Wiggins (possibly plus more) in an effort to acquire a star.
Wiggins at one time was considered a star in Minnesota, but he’s merely a fourth option at best on a healthy Warriors team.
Let’s take a look at five intriguing trade destinations for Wiggins, should he be traded during the 2020 NBA Draft.