Why Tim Hardaway thinks Andrew Wiggins’ trade was great for Warriors

Warriors assistant coach Ron Adams said earlier this month that “the sky is the limit” for Andrew Wiggins.

And on Tuesday, Golden State legend Tim Hardaway, who was invited with “Bonta, Steiny & Guru” on 95.7 The Game, went on a tangent to praise the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft.

“[He is] “It will help a lot and do a lot of things that people don’t think they will do,” said Hardaway. “It was a big change for the Warriors because Wiggins needed to come to a team that is the third violin or fourth violin. He doesn’t want to be on a team. [where] he is one [or] two because that’s too much pressure on him. He just wants to play basketball and have fun, and not have pressure on him.

“This is the team to do that, and he’s going to excel. He’s going to be fine.”

Warriors coach Steve Kerr summed it up perfectly shortly after the team acquired Wiggins from the Minnesota Timberwolves in early February.

The 25-year-old only played alongside Steph Curry once (March 5 against the Toronto Raptors), and we got a glimpse of the potential:

Steph, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green will definitely make Wiggins better and allow him to establish a role that suits him.

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There could be some growing pains, and it will probably take some time to get the correct chemistry. But the fit is there, and it will be fun to watch the development process.

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