“We were talented but needed some time,” Andrew Wiggins explains why Timberwolves’ stint with Zach LaVine and Karl Anthony Towns didn’t work
Andrew Wiggins After years of struggle and hard work, being called a bust and even useless, he’s finally shining bright and getting the proper recognition he deserves. Like this year, the Golden State Warriors won their fourth title in the last eight seasons (the franchise has seven titles total) and now he’s the NBA champion. The Warriors now have a new star who showed up at the perfect time and got the job done. This season has been good for Andrew Wiggins as he made the All-Star Game as a starter, got a ring and is now a star player the entire franchise can count on with their dynasty days brought back.
He played a key role in the Golden State Warriors’ successful championship run that season. Backing Stephen Curry up the offensive end and even running it when needed, he also took care of the defensive end, holding down opposing stars at the score end. He’s upped his game in every aspect this year and it’s finally paying off. He was discredited and hated by thousands of people after he failed to live up to fans’ expectations of him as an overall first choice. But that’s a different story now and maybe the Timberwolves will regret giving him away for absolutely nothing.
As soon as Andre Wiggins won his first NBA title, his old pals from his time with the Minnesota Timberwolves wished him luck and congratulated him. These buddies were Zach Lavine and Karl-Anthony-Cities. A what-if trio that could have changed the league and franchise, but the front office failed and soon it was only KAT doing their best to be on the winning side.
Andrew Wiggins was drafted first overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves in 2014 and Zach LaVine was part of the same drafting class and the Wolves picked him with 13th Place. The next year they got lucky again and drafted Karl Anthony Towns to run the place. They had the best young savages around but didn’t stick with them as the front office probably made some deals that could improve their present without thinking about the future and they’re still struggling.
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Andrew Wiggins recounts his time with the Minnesota Timberwolves alongside Zach LaVine and Karl Anthony Towns
Andrew Wiggins was asked about the unmatched potential of him, Zach LaVine and Karl Anthony Towns at Wolves in an interview with Complex after winning the 2022 NBA championship as they were soon shipped over. In response, Andrew Wiggins quoted: “You can’t help but think about it, these are my boys and we were all young when we came into the league. I feel like the team we had was really talented, we just needed some time. But everything happens for a reason. Zach went to Chicago, he’s got a hell of a career, multiple All-Star games. KAT is doing its thing in Minnesota, and I’m over here, having my first All-Star appearance and winning a championship. I wouldn’t change a thing, I love the story and I love the journey but I’m really happy with where I am.”
Andrew Wiggins didn’t say anything wrong when discussing the split. As of now, everyone is quite successful in managing their teams and doing well. But you never know and you never will know how awesome this trio would have been until they think about regrouping and getting it done. He also added that he would not change anything about the story while happily continuing the journey. But let’s face it, the Minnesota Timberwolves front office screwed up a lot, and even their leader, Karl Anthony Towns, believes it. A little more time and the Three Stars would have flourished and destroyed the league, but there’s nothing that can be done about that now .
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https://firstsportz.com/nba-news-andrew-wiggins-details-why-timberwolves-stint-with-zach-lavine-and-karl-anthony-towns-did-not-work/ “We were talented but needed some time,” Andrew Wiggins explains why Timberwolves’ stint with Zach LaVine and Karl Anthony Towns didn’t work