Andrew Wiggins

It took eight years for Andrew Wiggins to become an NBA All-Star. The former number one draft pick blossomed since joining the Warriors three years ago.

On top of that he won his first NBA championship last month, while playing a starter and playing an important role for the Dubs. According to Wiggins, the whole system at Golden State is organized to make everyone successful.

Via Joe Morgan of FOX News:

“They just let you play your game,” Wiggins told Fox News Digital. “They put everyone in a position to do well. Great coaching staff, great organization, great people around that know basketball. And my teammates are amazing. Playing alongside future Hall of Famers, you learn a lot. They keep you motivated.”

This past season the 27-year-old small forward averaged 17.2 points, 4.5 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 31.9 minutes per game for Golden State.