On paper, this dunk wasn’t around. Official Mark Davis called it an offensive foul. Warriors coach Steve Kerr challenged the call and it turned out to be a reality again. But it was an academic practice, a revision of the historical record, because the spiritual impact on Luka Donsick and Mavericks – on anyone within the radius of the explosion – would have been the same. The violence that Andrew Wiggins survived through in just seven minutes was enough for the 109-100 Warriors to win. He got up from the dotted line and placed Donsick on the floor:
“I think Dunk will still be alive,” Wiggins said later, when asked about the preliminary verdict. “If I could get those rabbits,” said his victim. The Mavericks have the best basketball player in this Western Conference final — and they surround him with a five-out, changing crew কিন্তু but here’s a skull-scattered reminder that the Warriors have the best purebred athletes. Nowadays the physical mobility that often flows to protect Luke rather than baptize him. Andrew Wiggins’ theory has been scrapped and reused several times since the first draft as a whole in 2014, and he has been relieved of the pressure of his draft slot. No longer to be mistaken for a high-use offensive orchestrator, button-mashing his faithful spin moves in the lane, the 27-year-old has been reborn as a full-time wing stopper whose shooting and rim pressure outweighs offenders, rather than defining. .
This is the best thing that can happen to him. Within these well-defined parameters, Wiggins is playing the most effective basketball of his career. And for a guy who went on unlisted most contracts, he now seems to care about the game, which is kind of fun to watch. His appointment has changed. He does not have the power to throw himself into heaven. Wiggins finished the series-fizzling game 3 wins with 27 points, 11 rebounds, and three assists.