Andrew Wiggins, a forward for Golden State, may be grateful for the NBA championship and All-Star selection that came along with the best season of his career, but he still regrets adding the Covid vaccination to the mix.
The Canadian star told FanSided to be completely honest that he still wishes he hadn’t had the vaccine. But you must take the necessary action.
Last September, Wiggins stated that he preferred not to get vaccinated, but he ultimately decided to get the shot because failing to do so would have resulted in him missing home games under a San Francisco health mandate.
Even though he had been chosen for his first All-Star game in his eight-year career, he admitted to the Bay Area News Group at the time that “it all worked out for the best” and said as much in March.
It most definitely did on the court, where he displayed his skills with a highlight-reel dunk against Mavericks star Luka Doncic in the Western Conference Finals and a crucial role in the Warriors’ victory over the Boston Celtics in the NBA Finals.
The 27-year-$31.6 old’s million salary was guaranteed by his choice, and the Warriors were spared the kind of collapse that befell the Brooklyn Nets, who lost star player Kyrie Irving for the majority of the season due to his lack of immunizations and were swept out of the playoffs in the first round.
But it was obvious that Wiggins is still upset at being pressured into making the choice.
Get this or Don’t play
He did it, and this year he was an All-Star and a champion, so that was nice he said. Simply avoid losing out on his career’s best year.
However, he didn’t enjoy it and he didn’t like that it wasn’t his option since he does not like putting all of that stuff in his body. He objected to the “get this or don’t play” rule.