No, the 21-year-old's second sport is of the less active variety—video game Call of Duty.
And he's been nasty at it for a while now, going back to his lone season at Kansas.
OH MY GOD. ANDREW WIGGINS GETS 76 KILLS PLAYING CALL OF DUTY. SEVENTY-SIX KILLS pic.twitter.com/fyH4y2BHsS
— Phour For Phour (@PhourForPhour) September 7, 2013
“I play every day for a couple hours,” Wiggins said in February before he and teammate Karl-Anthony Towns—who destroyed D'Angelo Russell in NBA 2K17 earlier this week—squared off.
Even KAT had to give his teammate props—kinda.
“Other than today, I have a very positive record against Andrew," Towns said after falling to the 2015 Rookie of the Year. "He’s a fierce competitor, but there’s levels, and I just seem to be on another one usually. But today he had a great team.”
So when he was confronted with his rating in NBA 2K17, Wiggins had the perfect response.
Lol That's why I play Call Of Duty https://t.co/dG8hqC5VYx
— andrew wiggins (@22wiggins) August 31, 2016
Looks like he went to the Dez Bryant school of brushing off supposedly insulting video game rankings.
Maybe he's just not happy with his in-game dance moves.
— K R E W $ (@itsKrews) August 31, 2016
Nah, it can't be that.