Andrew Wiggins, who sat out the previous game against the LA Clippers due to a finger injury from slamming a car door, has been upgraded from “out” to “questionable” for Saturday’s game. In contrast, Chris Paul remains sidelined against the Clippers.
Despite Wiggins’ absence in the last game, the younger players on the Warriors showcased their capabilities, thriving against the All-Star Clippers squad. The temporary absence of Wiggins, along with Paul and Payton II, provided an opportunity for the younger players to shine.
Without a doubt, the Golden State Warriors are not a stronger team without Andrew Wiggins. His offensive skills, defensive contributions, and rebounding play integral roles in the team’s success.
While the LA Clippers may adjust for Saturday’s game, their unpredictable performance this season adds an element of uncertainty. Despite varying outcomes against different opponents, the Warriors must be prepared for a potentially desperate Clippers team, whether or not Wiggins is on the court.