Andrew Wiggins got his first All-Star selection this season, after showing that he is a capable two-way player throughout his time with the Golden State Warriors. Currently, he is averaging 17.4 PPG, 4.4 RPG, and 2.3 APG.
While he started the season off well offensively, Andrew Wiggins has struggled as of late. Over the course of the last 10 games, Andrew Wiggins is only averaging 13.3 PPG, 4.7 RPG, and 3.0 APG.
There is no doubt that many Warriors fans are worried about Andrew Wiggins' offensive production. However, coach Steve Kerr has recently claimed that he isn't concerned about Wiggins' shooting struggles, claiming that he'd "find his game again".
Steve Kerr on Andrew Wiggins: “I’m not worried about Andrew… He’ll find his game again.”
There are definitely times where Andrew Wiggins can be passive on the court offensively, but there's no doubt that his teammates know his value on the court. Previously, Stephen Curry also backed Andrew Wiggins to break out of his scoring struggles.
He's capable obviously, we know what kind of scorer, athlete he is. The way he can get it a lot of different ways. We obviously need to figure out if that's the sets we're calling to get him in the right positions, or him being more assertive, demanding the ball... I expect him to respond.
It remains to be seen if Andrew Wiggins will be able to find his groove offensively. The return of Klay Thompson has forced him to adjust a lot, and hopefully, he is able to find the same aggression that he displayed at the start of the season.
The Golden State Warriors are widely viewed as one of the favorites to win the 2021-22 NBA championship. They have a very experienced squad of veterans, but also some capable young players who are able to contribute. They are a very good defensive team, and they'll be a problem for any team in the playoffs.