WATCH: Andrew Wiggins Banks in a 3 to Beat the Thunder

When it seemed like the Timberwolves had fallen to 1-2 on the season, Andrew Wiggins saved them at the buzzer.

Wiggins has been big for the Wolves thus far, leading the team in scoring despite coming into the season as the presumed third option. He’s averaging 24.7 points per game on 49.1 percent shooting — including 42.1 percent from deep.

This shot surely didn’t hurt!

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