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Andrew Wiggins Says Klay Thompson And James Wiseman Will Make The Warriors 'Scary': "Best Record In The League And We're Not Satisfied."

Andrew Wiggins Says Klay Thompson And James Wiseman Will Make The Warriors 'Scary': "Best Record In The League And We're Not Satisfied."

The Golden State Warriors currently boast the league-best record with 16 wins and only two losses. Steve Kerr already said this team is set to make a lot of noise this season, and the first month of the season is the biggest proof of that. 

Plenty of people are waiting for Klay Thompson and James Wiseman's return to see how great the team can play. They're already a solid squad and the addition of the sophomore center and the veteran shooting guard will only improve their chances to win it all next year. 

That's what Andrew Wiggins believes, and he recently issued a warning to the rest of the association. The veteran is having a good time with the Dubs following his trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves two seasons ago. 

Following the Warriors' 116-96 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Wednesday night, where he scored 24 points, grabbed 6 rebounds and dished 1 assist, the former No. 1 overall pick reflected on the upcoming additions for the team. Wiggins said the Warriors will be 'scary' once they get Klay Thompson and James Wiseman on the court. 

"It's amazing. We have the best record in the league and we're not satisfied. We still wanna get better. We sure have a lot of things to do, especially when Klay and Wiseman come back. It's gonna be scary," he told reporters after the game. 

Just like Wiggins, the rest of the league believes the Warriors will only benefit from having Klay and James back on the court. After two bad years, they are finally able to compete and are looking like serious championship contenders. 

Stephen Curry keeps showing his talents, dominating rivals on a nightly basis. Once he gets the support of Klay and a big man that can dominate the paint, things will get a lot harder for the West.