Andrew Wiggins Has Been Working Hard All Off-Season, Almost Threw Down a 720 Dunk

Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Andrew Wiggins has been working hard this off-season to improve his outside shot for the 2016 season.

Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Andrew Wiggins is one of the youngest stars in the NBA. With a bright future ahead of him, the 21-year-old has been working hard this off-season to improve all aspects of his game.

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The 2014-2015 Rookie of the Year has been working with Drew Halen, NBA skills coach and CEO of Pure Sweat Basketball. According to Halen's Instagram, Wiggins has been working on his outside shot off the dribble and his ball handling.

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Although Wiggins can do anything on the court, the one part of his game that needs work is his outside shot. Last season, he took only 2.3 shots per game from behind the arc, making 30 percent. But in the videos below, you will see him working on his shot off the dribble from 3, off the dribble from mid-range and from the post.

It's not always hard work for Wiggins during these workouts. In the middle his most recent session, he attempted a 720 dunk. That's two 360-degree spins in the air, people. Get this man in a dunk contest asap, because this dunk would knock his teammate and two-time Dunk Contest winner Zach LaVine off the top spot.

Check out the unthinkable dunk attempt below.

 


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