Let's take a moment to talk about Andrew Wiggins. The Timberwolves acquired Andrew in 2014 in a three team trade involving the Cavaliers and the 76ers. They traded away Kevin Love (Cleveland), Luc Mbah a Moute (Philadelphia) and Alexey Shved (Philadelphia) in exchange for Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and Thaddeus Young. Wiggins had a tremendous first three seasons. In 2017, he signed a 5-year, nearly $150mil contract extension. After signing the extension, he started to kind of slow down a bit. He wasn't as energetic anymore and started looking unmotivated. He still managed to always give Wolves fans hope in the offseason by showing up in workout videos every now and then. Before the start of the 2019 season, many thought he might play like in his rookie season again, since General Soreness (I will never not refer to him like that) was finally gone. This did not actually happen though, as he only got worse and only shooting a disappointing 41% from the field and 34% from three. He also critisized Minnesotan fans after they boo'ed him after shooting only 5/12 from the free throw line, saying 'we have some shitty fans here'. Many fans, same as me, thought it would be the best to just move on from Andrew and trade him away. This has now change though, after, once again, appearing to play more motivated than ever in workout videos. So, I think we should definitely keep him iver next season, as I do have much hope in Wiggins once again. What do you guys think about Andrew?
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