• Andrew Wiggins
    SF, Minnesota Timberwolves

    Andrew Wiggins' breakout season shows no signs of slowing down, as he put up 25 points on 10-of-22 shooting with one three-pointer, four rebounds, five assists, a steal and a block vs. the Nuggets.

    As usual, the story with Wiggins is never whether or not he's scoring, it's whether he can do it with some semblance of efficiency while providing a trickle of peripheral stats. So far, he's been able to do both. Whether this pace is sustainable is hard to predict, since we have five years' worth of tape that convincingly document Wiggins as an uninterested playmaker, a subpar defender and a bad shooter (a fact compounded by his awful shot selection). However, he's managed to rein in his worst habits this year, so he's worth rostering and deploying in all leagues while he's posting near-top 50 value.

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