Warriors player to blame for lacking play: Andrew Wiggins
Andrew Wiggins was announced as an All-Star Game starter, and while many questioned it, most fans from the Bay Area knew that it was a well-deserved acknowledgment of how well he’d been playing this season.
Wiggins’ efficiency has dropped to below a career-high, where it’s been for most of the season. Currently, Wiggins shot better from the field last season. It’s been a several-week stretch of play that’s tanked his shooting percentages.
Since the start of February, Wiggins is averaging 13.9 points per game and shooting 41.9% from the field. He hasn’t been quite as aggressive, and the looks he’s getting aren’t quite the same without Green in the lineup as well.
While his assists are up, the drop in his percentages has taken center stage.
Wiggins needs to be this team’s third-leading scorer, especially with the minutes he’s getting. It’s been an unacceptable last few weeks, and the Warriors should know they won’t have a chance at the NBA Finals unless Wiggins snaps out of his funk.