When Wiggins joined the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2014, he was shooting 43.7% from the field. The All-Rookie team member’s shooting percentages have fluctuated quite a bit since that first season with some of the seasons increasing and some decreasing.
However, when this season with the Warriors drew to a close, he was shooting almost the best in his career as he was putting up 45.7% and averaging 19.3 points per game. He played well during his few games with Golden State.
This is a slight improvement from when the Timberwolves traded him at the beginning of the season when he was only shooting 44.4%. There’s no denying Wiggins has room for improvement, but he will be just as solid as the 2015-2016 version of Harrison Barnes.
If that’s the ceiling for Wiggins next season along with the other assets Golden State will bring in, the Warriors will have a shot at the title. They just him to bring up his career 33% three-point percentage.
If he can increase that while also working to keep his free throw percentage in the 70%, Wiggins should solidify himself as a solid option for the Dubs.