More NBA Drama: NBA Star Denies Calling His Opponent ‘Gay’ In Bizarre Presser

Jena Greene | Reporter

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Andrew Wiggins is denying the accusation that he called Oklahoma City Thunder guard Dennis Schroder “gay” during a bizarre postgame presser Tuesday.

The comments came after the Timberwolves 119-117 win Tuesday evening, when Wiggins told reporters that Schroder “was acting crazy for no reason.”


It’s unclear exactly what prompted these comments, but we’re guessing it had something to do with this terrible excuse for a shoving match:

But here’s what makes this whole thing weird… Wiggins later denied ever saying Schroder was “gay”:

We’re going to let the viewers decide for themselves what they hear in that presser. But one thing’s for sure. With the NFL season less than a month away from being over, the NBA drama is quickly bubbling up to the surface to get us through the cold winter months.

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