Andrew Wiggins reached the end of the line in Minnesota. After years of drama, controversy, and losing, he was traded by the Wolves for somebody the team had wanted for years.
Golden State was seen as a fresh start for Wiggins, and we waited in anticipation to see how he would fare in the newest chapter of his career. Unfortunately, the path he’s on now is all-too-familiar with the one he walked in Minnesota.
After losing 13 straight with the Timberwolves, he is now in the midst of a 7-game losing streak with the Warriors, marking a 20-game losing streak between two different franchises. The dude just can’t catch a break.
Unfortunately for Wiggins, this is his reality for the remainder of the season. Without Curry or Klay, he will have to play with a roster that cannot compete with the rest of the league.
Hopefully, he uses the next few weeks and months to improve his game for what is sure to be a better 2020-21 campaign. Averaging 19 points on a career-high 48% efficiency in six games with the Dubs, he is certainly off to the right track.
We’ll see how things progress as the season nears its end.