15 NBA players most at-risk of being traded this summer

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9) Andrew Wiggins

After a sluggish start to the season, it's clear that Golden State Warriors small forward Andrew Wiggins in the midst of a down year. Wiggins production has seen a sharp drop this season, so much so that the Warriors kicked the tires on trading him.

Of course, he is still with the Warriors for the time being, but they may very well try to trade him again in the offseason. After all, he has $84 million in remaining salary over the next three seasons and Golden State would be smart to try and get off of that sooner than later or risk his already sinking value dropping any further.

That might be hard to do with the amount owed to him and him seemingly declining while in his late twenties. They could theoretically use his contract to help match salaries in a deal to acquire a star, with Golden State potentially sending out multiple picks to help them upgrade while also convincing a team to take Wiggins.

That would be the best-case scenario, with the worst case being that he continues to struggle, and his contract becomes increasingly toxic until it is untradeable without attaching picks. The middle ground would be to hope that he improves enough with an offseason to try and work on his game, but the Warriors may have other plans.