Ok this whole “Andrew Wiggins is gonna be really, really good one day thing” is a complete farce. He’s not going to be good one day, because he that good right now.

It’s only November, but, in what could be legitimately argued as a “franchise-defining” win for a Minnesota Timberwolves club who hasn’t had one in nearly two decades — this group of uber-talented rookies/sophomores/Garnetts showed that they have evolved from “hype” to “here”, building a 34 point lead on the 60-win Atlanta Hawks IN Philips Arena … only to blow it completely … and still pull out the victory in front of a crowd that can be best described as orcs standing outside of Helm’s Deep in Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers about to storm the castle walls.

Leading the way for the Wolves was superstar sophomore Andrew Wiggins, who posted an absolutely ludicrous:
  • 33 Points (15-22 shooting in 37 minutes)
  • 5 Rebounds
  • 4 Assists
…and a highlight dunk that is nothing short of O_____O