October 6, 2022

Andrew Wiggins Solidifies His Redemption Arc in Warriors’ Game 5 Win

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Prior to this season Andrew Wiggins’s playoff resumé consisted of a five-game stint with Minnesota in 2018. Wiggins averaged 15.8 points in that series and the T-Wolves were eliminated in the first round. In 20 postseason games this year Wiggins is averaging 16 points. He’s collecting 7.3 rebounds. And after a 26-point, 13-rebound effort in Game 5, he has pushed the Warriors to within one win of a championship.

It was Golden State 104, Boston 94 on Monday, with the Warriors seizing a 3-2 series lead. After beating the Celtics in Game 4, Golden State came out hot, racing to an early 27-16 first quarter advantage. Wiggins scored seven points in the first and led a Warriors defense that held the Celtics to 34.8% shooting.





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