But from what I can gather, Wiggins doesn’t have a huge amount of value on the market right now. He’s about to start a five-year, $148 million contract and is coming off of a less-than-convincing fourth season in the league. If there isn’t a great market, they might be better off just holding on to him and trying to keep developing him. I still think that the best possible outcome for the Wolves is to get Wiggins to blossom into the kind of All-Star caliber player the organization envisioned when he was signed to the max extension.
February 23, 2019 | 7:52 pm EST Update
Anthony Slater: Sense from some around Warriors is a bit of disappointment that James Harden isn’t going tonight. They were craving a test, but mostly wanted Cousins to get as much pre-playoff experience as possible facing Harden’s target attacks. They meet again in Houston in mid-March.
Kyle Goon: The other big Alvin Gentry quote today was him recalling his time with Luke Walton on the Warriors staff: “The thing that I remember most is there would be 6 minutes on the clock before the game was starting, and he’d be walking around the locker room in his underwear.”