Warriors need Andrew Wiggins' best after Klay Thompson's injury

Near the end of Andrew Wiggins’ 12-game trial run last season, head coach Steve Kerr asked the 6-foot-7 wing to defend opposing point guards. It was a hedge in case Klay Thompson, coming off a torn ACL, could not pick up those assignments as he once did during the Warriors’ championship runs. But with Thompson suffering yet another season-ending injury — this time a torn Achilles — Wiggins’ trial run becomes more prescient. The former No. 1 pick may have left high expectations behind in Minnesota, but now he’ll be asked to fill a Thompson-sized void in Golden State. “Just gotta do more,” Wiggi…

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HEDGE accordingly