Once mocked “K-Pop Star”, Andrew Wiggins carried Stephen Curry at Game 5 of the 2022 NBA Finals

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Andrew Wiggins had a shining day in Game 5, smashing previous criticism of his own “K-Pop Star” moniker.

After finishing the first 4 matches of the Best of 7 series, the Golden State Warriors took the advantage of playing at home in Game 5, which took place on June 14. They continued to count on the brilliant form of Stephen Curry, giving the team a big advantage in the final matches.

However, this is a game where Stephen Curry has played quite badly when there are no successful 3-shots after 9 attempts. In the most difficult of times, Andrew Wiggins spoke at the right time. The 27-year-old star scored 23 points, and 13 rebounds with a throw performance of up to 12/23. He continuously penetrated the Boston Celtics‘ defense with impressive scoring situations, while still ensuring great defensive efficiency when very well restrained Jayson Tatum and Jaylen Brown throughout the match.

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Andrew Wiggins’ impressive form contributed greatly to helping the Golden State Warriors win 104-94. In particular, the 3rd and 4th rounds are the most quintessential times for the 27-year-old star, when stopping the upstream momentum of the Boston Celtics.

This victory helped the Golden State Warriors take a 3-2 lead in the 2022 NBA Finals series. With just one more victory, coach Steve Kerr and his team will become the new king of the most prestigious basketball tournament in the world. gender. In it, it is impossible not to mention Andrew Wiggins with his impressive performance despite having received many criticisms in recent times.

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