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Wiggins Gets A Career-High 29-Points

Andrew Wiggins scores 29 points (on 9-for-22 shooting) and grabs 5 rebounds in a tough loss to the Kings. Wiggins is looking like a steal for the Wolves. They were going to lose Love for nothing and then they are able to get Wiggins back? Wiggins is looking special and I think he'll be top 10 in the league within a few years.
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Wiggins will be a good player. He reminds me of Tmac, but not sure he will ever be the guy who leads a championship caliber team
With @DanteL on this one. too early to tell, but he looks like a solid exchange for the vanilla turnstile in Cleveland
Wiggins is the real deal. No he's not going to be Lebron but man look at those moves he's making. Those are veteran player moves
It's just one game... and it was against the Kings. Let him show it again
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Sachin is famous all over the world for his calm and gentle nature, instead of being angry, he always believes to give his answer to any comment or opinion with his game. Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar was born on 24 April 1973 at Nirmal Nursing Home at Shivaji Park in Dadar, Mumbai, Maharashtra. His family belongs to a middle-class Marathi family in the Rajapur of Ratnagiri district of Maharashtra. His father's name was Ramesh Tendulkar who was a litterateur and professor and his mother's name was Rajni Tendulkar who worked in an insurance company.Very few people know that Sachin Tendulkar is the son of his father Ramesh Tendulkar's second wife, Ramesh Tendulkar's first wife has three children, Ajit Nitin and Savita who are older than Sachin. Sachin Tendulkar is named by his father Ramesh Tendulkar on his favorite lyricist musician Sachin Dev Burman. Sachin Tendulkar was married to Dr. Anjali Mehta on 24 May 1995. 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DL: My athleticism. RR: It’s a secret, I can’t tell you! JW: Can’t tell you, it’s undercover. SLAM: And what is your kryptonite? JH: That’s kinda tough: I’m trying to model my game so I don’t really have one. DL: I’m not even sure man. I probably don’t have one. RR: I can’t tell you that either. If I tell you my kryptonite then they’re gonna stop me! JW: If there’s one thing that can hold me back, it’s myself. I’m the only person that can hold myself back. SLAM: With so many NBA events happening in China over the summer, it seems that the offseason is the “in-season” in China. What do you think about the growing interest of the game here? JH: I think it’s awesome. I think basketball is definitely a world sport, and the NBA is kind of the hierarchy of that. So just being able to come here and to interact with fans who will probably never get to see us in person, it’s awesome. They’re excited for us to come over here and it makes me personally feel good and makes me wanna come back. DL: The sport is growing here and it’s a great opportunity for us to come over here and experience how passionate the fans here are. They are huge fans of us and they don’t have access to us the way the people in America do. For us to come over here, it’s an experience for us and the fans. It’s amazing to see how much they know about us here. I see people wearing my jersey, knowing my first name. It’s just mind-blowing. RR: It’s awesome. That’s why I was really excited to come here. I came here in 2008 (for the Olympics). I knew basketball was huge here, and I think it’s even bigger now. I love basketball and I like when people are excited about it. Fans of China are the best ones at that—they’re excited to watch basketball and we feel that, so we too are excited to be here. JW: This is my first time to China and it’s great to be here in this tour as China Basketball also gets bigger and bigger. There’s no better time to be here.
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