On Monday afternoon, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski broke the news Golden State Warriors Ahead Andrew Wiggins IHe is set to return to the team later this week. So many rumors and “reports” were tossed about Wiggins’ immediate future with the team that it was hard to know which to believe.
The news of the Golden States All-Star’s return was followed by a tweet from Shams Charania that explained the reason (which everyone was so eager to find out) Wiggins was out for so long. According to sources, it was a medical issue related to Wiggins’ father. So, all the other nonsense you hear or read online is not true. Most of it didn’t make any sense anyway.
Now that everyone knows the reason, we can leave it alone unless Wiggins wants it. discuss it publicly, Wiggins and his family initially didn’t want everyone in their business (which is their right), but some of you couldn’t help yourself. especially some San Francisco media and Shows like “The Morning Roast” on 95.7 The Game, There’s no need to call out an entitled portion of the fan base and help them guess why he’s out and all that crap that’s going on.
It’s always funny how some of these yahoos get on radio and talk about it, then when they interview athletes They blabber on-air, they start back paddling like an NFL cornerback. they want smoke in a soundproof room (or on social media) to themselves, but when the wind turns back on them, they have nothing to say. Jordan Poole recently had enough of it and confronted one particular radio/TV person (because he has no personality) in the Bay Area who had little to say in response.
Hopefully, Wiggins’ decision to come back now is based on his desire to do so, and not due to external pressure and The gossips that are floating around about his personal life. Credit to the Warriors, as they have given Wiggins all the time and space he needs to deal with this family matter.
With Wiggins returning to the lineup just in time for the playoffs, there’s no way the Warriors can be counted out, even with all of their road woes this season. Wiggins, Draymond Green, Gary Payton II, Klay Thompson, and Jonathan Kuminga made Golden State more formidable defensively. We know what offense guys like Stephen Curry, Poole and Thompson do, but defense (especially on the road) is where they struggled this year.