Andrew Wiggins Smashes Another Personal Record Only 5 Days After Setting It


Andrew Wiggins entered the NBA as the first overall pick in the 2014 draft when he was selected by the Cleveland Cavaliers.  Before he could play a single minute for the Cavaliers, he was traded to the Minnesota Timberwolves as part of a three way trade to get Kevin Love to Cleveland.  So far this year it seems that Wiggins is doing everything in his power to make the Cavaliers regret their decision.

Just 6 days ago Wiggins set his personal game high scoring record with 36 points in a Timberwolves loss to the Brooklyn Nets.  Not one to rest on his laurels, Wiggins didn’t wait long to do it again.  Last night against the Los Angeles Lakers, Wiggins again set his personal game high with 47 points.  He made 14 of 21 shots and 17 of 22 free throws.

The Timberwolves may not be off to a great start at 3-6 but they show a lot of promise especially when you look at the play of Andrew Wiggins.  The Timberwolves have a great team of young guys with a brilliant coach in Tom Thibodeau.  Lets see what they can do with their season.

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