Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins may now call himself an NBA champion, but he’s definitely still in disbelief at what he and the Dubs have accomplished.
It has not been an easy journey for Wiggins, to say the least. As the top overall winner in 2014, there was obviously a lot of pressure on him to lead the Minnesota Timberwolves and keep them from mediocrity. He set the numbers with the wolves, but they were never really able to gamble for anything meaningful.
Luckily for Wiggins, he was traded to the Warriors. He didn’t have to be the usual bucket maker he was with Minnesota, and it paid off as he was able to use his entire arsenal of weapons to help Golden State win the title.
“There were a lot of ups and downs, a lot of people had me counted out, but to be back and… win a championship? All the sacrifices, all the ups and downs, all that stuff was worth it. It makes the story a lot better,” Wiggins said, according to the Toronto Star.
“Whenever I go out on the pitch, I’ve always felt confident about what I can do. When I was in Minnesota, I put up numbers. But people said, ‘He put up numbers on a bad team.’ So I go to the Golden State and I don’t score as many goals, but I do it a lot more efficiently for the whole world to see.”
Andrew Wiggins played a big part in the Warriors title fight and he can definitely be proud of what he accomplished. Maybe he’s not the no anymore. 1 option, but it doesn’t have to be. He’s a key player on a championship team and he’s proven he has what it takes to be a winner.
Whatever the critics and haters may say, Wiggins has certainly proven himself to be a true elite.
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