Golden State is currently the No. 6 seed in the Western Conference and is just 1.5 games behind the No. 4-seeded Phoenix Suns with three games left to play. The team could use Wiggins’ scoring, rebounding, and playmaking abilities to climb the standings and secure a favorable playoff position.
Last season, Wiggins earned his first All-Star selection and played a key role in helping the Warriors capture their fourth championship in eight seasons. He will be looking to make a similar impact this year and help the team achieve its goals for the season. With Wiggins back in the lineup, the Warriors will be a much more formidable opponent for any team they face in the playoffs.