Andrew Wiggins did it all for the Minnesota Timberwolves on Tuesday. The young guard scored 31 points on 11-of-22 shooting, and grabbed six rebounds to go along with three assists all while limiting his turnovers.
Oh, and he hit the game-winning shot.
It all went down against the Phoenix Suns with time winding down in the final minute of the fourth quarter. P.J. Tucker had just put the Suns on top with six seconds to go after a foul by Karl-Anthony Towns.
Minnesota then called a timeout, advanced the ball, and let Wiggins operate from the right side of the floor:
Yeah, that’s smooth.