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Andrew Wiggins' career with the Warriors is seemingly hanging on by a thread

The Golden State Warriors (15-16) are reportedly considering moving on from Andrew Wiggins, according to Tim Kawakami of The Athletic. His future with the team is seemingly hanging on by a thread, especially considering what general manager Mike Dunleavy said earlier this month.

Wiggins, 28, has been struggling this season after missing a lot of time last year. He was recently benched for Jonathan Kuminga and could soon be on the trade block.

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Warriors are currently 11th place in the Western Conference standings and Wiggins will have to improve before the February 8 trade deadline.

Wiggins is averaging 13 points and four rebounds, and has the worst scoring and 3-point shooting percentages of his career. His four-year, $109 million extension is too much for a bench player.

Warriors GM Mike Dunleavy sets ultimatum

Dunleavy, 43, was asked about how Draymond Green's indefinite suspension will affect the roster and he admitted the team's record is of much more importance when it comes to making any moves.

"I think the bigger impact will be how we do the next 15, 20 games," Dunleavy said on December 14. "That'll probably determine where we go. ... I don't think I need any more evaluation of Draymond as a player. We need a little more evaluation of this team: the chemistry, the lineups and all that.

"I think we're right there, but at some point, our record is going to have to change. We're going to have to creep past .500 and start winning some games. And if not, we'll have to re-evaluate."

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