This season, the Golden State Warriors are facing challenges, leading to speculation about the potential end of the Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson, Draymond Green dynasty. The team is just managing to stay in contention for the play-in games.
However, the question arises whether this outcome would truly benefit them. On a positive note, Moses Moody has recently returned to the lineup, as reported by Anthony Slater of The Athletic. Meanwhile, there are uncertainties regarding Andrew Wiggins, who is still doubtful for the upcoming game against the Brooklyn Nets on Monday.
Moses Moody has been absent for the Warriors in the past nine games due to a foot injury, while Andrew Wiggins, dealing with a reported foot injury from the last game against the Atlanta Hawks, might likely miss upcoming games, including against the Nets.
Wiggins has faced inconsistency this season, recording career-low averages of 12.2 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.5 assists, with shooting splits of 43.7% from the field, 31.1% from three-point range, and 71.7% from the free-throw line.