Andrew Wiggins had proved everybody wrong after obliterating the Dallas Mavericks in Game 3. This helped the Warriors get a 3-0 lead and the future of this series does not look good for the Mavs. Dallas gave up one of their only chances of getting onto a winning side after losing a home court battle. They had a very good two-round run initially but it is almost like they have become tired of the hard work.
Nobody expected the Golden State Warriors to get this far into the post-season, especially after the terrible injury-filled year they have had. But Stephen Curry has played the lead role extremely well along with the help of his long-time veteran teammates. There seems to be a balance in productivity among the players which has been working for the better.
Andrew Wiggins erupts for a third consecutive win in the Western Conference Finals
After what happened during the second round of the playoffs between the Dallas Mavericks and Phoenix Suns, many predicted that Luka Doncic would help his team to a 2-1 (Warriors) score in the series. Their lack of experience may be a factor that is allowing Golden State easily win games. Dub nation acquired their third straight win with a potential sweep coming up next.
They shot 46.9% from the field, 34.4% from the three-point arc, and 88% from the free-throw line during the game. Their offensive expertise helped them win as Curry scored 31 points along with 11 assists and 5 rebounds. Klay Thompson had 19 points, 7 rebounds, and 3 assists shooting 6-18 from the field. Andrew Wiggins had one of his better night finishing with 27 points, 11 rebounds, and 3 assists including a poster dunk that had the entire world losing their minds.
Nick Wright admits that he was wrong about Andrew Wiggins to the Warriors’ trade
Andrew Wiggins has been averaging a very stable 15.9 points, 6.9 rebounds, and 1.7 assists per game in the playoffs. He was the biggest reason why GSW was able to get up 3-0 with his exceptional defensive skill. Nick Wright praised the player on his star performance last night saying, “I did not anticipate Andrew Wiggins would be the difference in the series. And there is a clip going out around the internet of me around two and a half years declaring the death of the Warriors dynasty because they had the foolishness to trade for Wiggins.”
“And I said Steph will now never make the finals again because of this albatross of a contract. And instead, he is dropping albatrosses on Luka’s head. He’s playing great defense, he’s playing efficient offense.” Wright also gave props to veteran Kevon Looney for his contributions to rebounding. The analyst however is still hopeful that the Mavericks will revive themselves