Hell freakin’ yes, bay-bee. The goddamned NBA is back. The good game. The holy court. The ole’ round ball bonanza. And though the season is but a mere handful of games old, the Minnesota Timberwolves have already given us a highlight that’ll no doubt wind up on end-of-season sizzle reels next year, at the expense of the much-hyped Oklahoma City Thunder.

OKC, behind their All-Star lineup boasting the likes of Russell WestbrookPaul George, and Carmello Anthony, brought the Wolves to the Thunder’s home court of Chesapeake Energy Arena for a matchup you would, at least on paper, to heavily favour the home side.

Apparently no one told that to Andrew Wiggins.

With under ten seconds left on the clock in the last quarter and the Thunder trailing by two, Carmello Anthony buried a go-ahead three that would’ve put opposing sides on the canvas 99 times out of 100.

Enter: Wiggins.

Sweet merciful crap that is ice cold.

That play capped off an insane back-and-forth closing sequence that sent Twitter fizzing into borderline-hysterics.

HUH-YUGE.

That’s a 115 -113 win for the Wolves and definitely one for the ages.

For what it’s worth, Andrew Wiggins’ stats so far this year?

Pretty good.

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