The Golden State Warriors just played against the Sacramento Kings in Game 1 of the NBA Playoffs first round. The defending champs toppled despite the return of key player Andrew Wiggins. The Canadian returned after missing 23 straight games for the team. That should explain why all eyes were on him throughout the game.
The Warriors lost the game 123-126, meaning their disappointing road form continues. Malik Monk and De’Aaron Fox were the standout players for the Kings, putting up 32 and 38 points respectively. The Dubs could not make their shots from deep, missing multiple chances to win the game. However, there was another event of the night that caught fans’ attention.
What is in Andrew Wiggins’ secret drink?
During the game, Andre Iguodala was seen passing a bottle, which was labeled “Wiggs secret stuff.” It left NBA fans baffled, as they tried to figure out what could be in it. A fan even went to extreme lengths and tweeted, “Dam* they out there drinking steroids n still cant compete.”
damn they out there drinking steroids n still cant compete
— Jayson Fox (@FluGamex_) April 16, 2023
— Prime (@OptimistPrime99) April 16, 2023
A fan tweeted an image of Phoenix Suns star Chris Paul with a bottle with the same type of label. Fans may not be aware of this, but it would be safe to claim that both CP3 and Wiggins drew inspiration from the legendary Michael Jordan. In one of MJ’s Space Jam scenes, Tune Squad discovers “Michael’s secret stuff” which eventually boosts all of their skill sets.
Definitely not 3pt shooting boost lol
— Dort ☀️ x – (45-37) ⚡️ pi – (40-42) (@dortlugentz) April 16, 2023
the secret stuff makes him miss wide open 3s right?
— Jordan Poorra (@JPoorra) April 16, 2023
Bricked an open go ahead 3 👎
— All Good (@juliocan2) April 16, 2023
Some have had a go at Wiggins‘ last-minute shot against the Kings on the night, and have sarcastically claimed that the drink was “Definitely not 3pt shooting boost.”