The story of Andrew Wiggins has been a puzzling one. Coming out of high school, he was one of the most celebrated prospects ever, and expectations were outrageously high. His mixtapes were must-clicks, and every time he spun into the lane and elevated into the upper atmosphere, the basketball world fell deeper and deeper into a delighted stupor. Then came a hangover that made us sober and cynical. Although we can’t call him a bust, he’s definitely left us wanting more. In this video, The Ringer’s J. Kyle Mann breaks down how Wiggins’s early-season play might finally be a sign of better things to come.
Has Andrew Wiggins Finally Figured It Out?
Breaking down how Wiggins’s early-season play might finally be a sign of better things to come
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