BREAKING: Andrew Wiggins out for rest of regular season

Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr said Wednesday that Andrew Wiggins will miss the team’s final two regular season games.

Following a 51-day absence due to personal family matters, All-Star forward Andrew Wiggins has returned to Golden State Warriors Before their match on Tuesday Oklahoma City Thundera game the Warriors won.

However, Wiggins did not play in this game and is expected to work with the training staff and coaches to prepare for his return to the court next week.

On Wednesday, Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was on 95.7 at the game in San Francisco and said Wiggins will miss the team’s final two games of the regular season.

“He scrimmaged with our younger guys and our coaches today, so full-court five-on-five, and he looked good,” Kerr said. “The thing with Andrew is that he’s got a God-given athleticism and he’s one of those guys who just doesn’t seem to get tired. … He hasn’t played in two months and he’s out there running and looking good. Well, he’s still got days like this to go before he’s ready to go out and play in an NBA game. In terms of health, we cannot put it in a bad place.

“He won’t play in these final two games of the regular season, but he’ll continue to work hard and wrap things up.”

While Golden State fans may be saddened to hear this news, this is certainly a good sign for the Warriors and Andrew Wiggins.

Keeping things calm and in shape while away from the team tending to his personal family matters, Wiggins always intended to return to the team this season, and now the Warriors will find him in the playoffs as they look to defend their power. Title.

In 37 games this season, Andrew Wiggins is averaging 17.1 points and 5.0 rebounds per game while shooting a career-best 39.6 percent from three-point range.

With two games left on their schedule, the Warriors will control their own destiny this time to avoid the Western Conference playoff race.

A win on the road in the next game on Friday night Sacramento Kings The Warriors have a long way to go when they have a chance to jump the 5-seed or 6-seed in the Western Conference.

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