F - GSW
Andrew Wiggins totaled 19 points (8-16 FG, 3-7 3PT), five rebounds, and two assists in the Warriors’ 118-96 win over the Suns on Friday.
Wiggins scored 19.0 points in the Warriors’ win over the Suns, putting together a better scoring performance in this second meeting. He was much more aggressive in this rematch, and when he did choose to attack the basket, it often resulted in positive outcomes. Wiggins has the talent, but it seems as though he hasn't found the urgency to push beyond his high-floor conservative contribution to the team. Because of this, it could lead to the limiting of his appeal for rosters, especially given his high-price point considering his recent performance. Wiggins has been gifted a consistent role in the starting rotation, and it appears as though the team really believes in his talent; it is because of that reason that a silver lining can be found from a fantasy perspective. He could be a great asset in cash games and small slates, but not so much GPPs unless his price-point decreases.
Andrew Wiggins totaled ten points (4-12 FG, 0-1 3PT, 2-3 FT), three rebounds, two assists, one block, and one steal in the Warriors’ 104-96 loss to the Suns on Tuesday.
Wiggins' scoring drought continued in the Warriors’ loss to the Suns, making it the second consecutive game where he has failed to score more than 15.0 points. Unlike Stephen Curry, who has a whole book of work that shows that his low nights are more of an exception than the rule, Wiggins' lows could indicate a serious trend worth monitoring than isolated occurrence. It may not be wise to invest at this point until he can get back to his productive ways; however, he could be an attractive play should his price fall enough for us to see his upside once again.
Andrew Wiggins totaled 25 points (10-16 FG, 3-5 3PT, 2-2 FT), five rebounds, two assists, and one steal in the Warriors’ 118-103 win over the Trailblazers on Friday.
Wiggins scored 25.0 points in the Warriors’ win over the Trailblazers, putting together another solid scoring performance. As far as I am concerned, Wiggins to the Warriors is what Gohan was to the Z-Force right before he ascended to Super Saiyan Two during the Cell Games. All he needs is that driving circumstance to drive him past his self-perceived limitations to reach a level of play that could alter the trajectory of the Warriors' season. He isn’t an automatic lock at this point; however, he is certainly worth investing in if you can put the right fantasy team around him to unleash his full potential.
Andrew Wiggins totaled 32 points (12-20- FG, 6-8 3PT, 2-2 FT), six rebounds, three assists, and one block in the Warriors’ 119-104 win over the Raptors on Sunday.
Wiggins continued his excellent play in the Warriors’ win over the Raptors as he put together his best scoring performance of the year with 32.0 points. This spectacular play, although sensational, shouldn't come as a surprise as Wiggins is a talented player with untapped potential. His lack of consistency producing at his ceiling, as well as his spotty contribution to other categories of the stat-sheet, keeps him out of fantasy must-start conversations; however, he remains a viable fantasy option in all formats. His price will no doubt get a little inflated, which will more than likely drive down his overall ownership; although it could be risky, it may be a great time to be all in on Wiggins as his strong production often comes in undetermined “waves” you may not want to miss this one.
Andrew Wiggins totaled 27 points (9-19 FG, 1-4 3PT, 8-11 FT), five rebounds, one assist, two steals, and one block in the Warriors’ 105-102 win over the Pistons on Friday.
Wiggins stepped up in the Warriors' win over the Pistons, putting together a fantastic 27.0 point performance, with a fully stuffed stat sheet to match. Although the absence of Stephen Curry and Draymond Green play a part in his successful night, this performance is one that could happen every time he hits the floor. Wiggins is talented and, at this point, could be a few games away from catching a big "wave" of production. He is a must-consider asset for your lineups and could be a permanent fixture in your player pool should he find a way to capitalize on this great performance.