Former No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins thriving for Warriors in NBA Finals

Golden State’s Andrew Wiggins   attempted to take a pass expected for Boston's Jayson Tatum. He didn't get the take, yet as Tatum sent off a 3-pointer from the wing,

Wiggins got a hand up to challenge the shot then, at that point, hustled to the paint where he snatched the missed went for a reobund

The succession was symbolic of Wiggins' Game 4 presentation: 17 focuses, a vocation high 16 bounce back, two helps, one take and heavenly protection quickly,

26 seconds as the Warriors outscored Boston by 20 and Boston scored a measly 89.5 focuses per 100 belongings with Wiggins on the court.

The Warriors required all of Steph Curry's 43 focuses, however they don't leave Boston with a 107-97 triumph and 2-2 NBA Finals in the event that Wiggins doesn't have that game.

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"Wiggs was fabulous," Warriors mentor Steve Kerr said. "To conflict with Boston, you must manage (Jayson) Tatum and (Jaylen) Brown, and they are simply strong,

 talented players. Extraordinary size. They are coming downhill at you continually, so we needed to have Wiggs out there. I thought he was extraordinary protectively.