Andrew Wiggins is looking 'scary good' this summer


The Timberwolves hype machine must be on full blast because it just sent out another story to get fans excited about the 2016-17 season.

NBA trainer Drew Hanlen told Timothy Parochka that Andrew Wiggins is looking "scary good" this summer and for the first time as a pro he's focusing on his ball handling and jump shot.

"Andrew is a huge competitor and it bothered him last year, one, that the Wolves weren't in the playoffs and two, that he wasn't an All-Star," Hanlen told Parochka. "Andrew wants to solidify himself as one of the top players in this league."

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