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Dub Hub: Andrew Wiggins recognizes his shortcomings and that it was a “not too good” season.
Bringing you up to date on everything Warriors and NBA news for Thursday, April 18.



The Golden State Warriors conducted their exit interviews a day after their 118-94 loss to the Sacramento Kings officially eliminated them from playoff contention. It was a somber atmosphere, rife with questions about the challenges of this past season along with the uncertainties that lie within the team’s future.



Warriors’ small forward Andrew Wiggins was among those reflecting on a season he felt was “not too good” by his personal standards. He endured a rough start to the year, struggling to find a consistent rhythm on either side of the floor. This led to changes in his role where he fluctuated between starting and coming off the bench as the team searched for optimal lineup combinations. Although Wiggins began to find his footing in the second half of the season, his campaign concluded with a career-low average of 13.2 points per game.


For more on this and other news around the NBA, here is our latest news round-up for Thursday, April 18th:


  • Andrew Wiggins reflects on his struggles this season
  • Chris Paul says he is not retiring
  • Raptors’ player Jontay Porter receives lifetime NBA ban after betting scandal




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