Winger for the Warriors Andrew Wiggins took on his former team, the Minnesota Timberwolves, and placed his former teammate Karl-Anthony Towns on a poster with a tremendous dunk.
Andrew Wiggins has been a bit of a mixed bag for the Golden State Warriors since his arrival. Wiggins, on the other hand, was ready for the battle when they hosted the winger’s previous team, the Minnesota Timberwolves, on Wednesday night.
In fact, it appeared as if he was trying to avenge the team that had picked him first overall years previously.
As the Warriors veteran set off towards the rim late in the second quarter, Wiggins strongly made it look like the case. And when his former teammate Karl-Anthony Towns came to challenge, Wiggins did nothing but slam the big man onto a billboard.
Andrew Wiggins’ posterizing of KAT capped off a strong performance from the Warriors’ wing
Wiggins’ dunk was clearly the highlight of the night for the Warriors — and he now has a poster to hang on his wall at home — but he was also crucial to the team’s win.
Golden State led by double digits at halftime, thanks in part to Andrew Wiggins, who scored 22 points in the first 24 minutes while shooting flawless from the floor.
Even though he eventually missed in the second half, he was clearly on a quest to prove something to his former team and many former colleagues.