The Warriors would be happy to give away Wiggins to anyone who would take him right now, but does such a team exist?
The Wiggins of the two seasons before this one would have been a perfect get for the Pistons, as he shot the 3-ball at 40 percent and was a very good wing defender.
But he's fallen off a cliff this season and still has two guaranteed years plus a $30 million player option left on his deal.
The Pistons shouldn't take on Wiggins unless there is another asset coming back, someone like Moses Moody, a 3-and-D wing with upside.
If Detroit could give up one of their expirings and take back Wiggins and Moody, they'd at least have more two-way players on the roster and who knows, maybe Wiggins figures it out.
There's also the chance he phones it in for three years and collects checks while eating up a large portion of the salary cap, which is why he is a big risk for which Detroit would need to be compensated.