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Andrew Wiggins served as an incredible piece for the Golden State Warriors’ last season of renaissance, but he understands that this won’t be possible without the strong guidance and influence he gained with the leaders of the club.

Joining the Vince Carter show, Wiggins shared his best experiences of sharing the court and locker room with Stephen Curry, Draymond Green and the rest of the roster.

“All those guys were very encouraging and motivating. Steph, Draymond, all them,” Wiggins said, via Jack Winter of ClutchPoints. “They all did a lot for me in a lot of different ways. One thing they all do is they all hold you accountable. When you do something wrong, they’re gonna get at you.

“But the thing that I love about them is that when you do it right, they’re gonna be the first people to come up to you and congratulate you. I feel like that goes a long way. They’ve taught me a lot on and off the court, so I cherish those guys.”

After spending his earlier years under mediocrity with the Minnesota Timberwolves, Wiggins truly found a home and sudden rebirth in the Bay Area. The Dubs’ established championship culture gave wonders and allowed him to redeem himself by even elevating his game to an All-star status.

As they are geared up for title defense, Wiggins can only learn more and develop from the good-rich ideals of his dynastic team.