Somebody on Twitter said Andrew Wiggins was gone the second he went unnamed in LeBron James' coming-home essay, and it looks like he was right.
As Yahoo!'s Adrian Wojnarowski first reported: Wiggins — days after this bizarre interview on ESPN — will be shipped to Minnesota along with former overall No. 1 pick Anthony Bennett and a protected first-round pick in the 2015 NBA draft in exchange for Kevin Love. The deal has been called a "firm agreement" and can't be finalized until August 23rd.
The kicker is, Love agreed to sign a long-term deal in Cleveland. (Although it remains unclear if he has any opt-out clauses.)
So, for at least the 2014-2015 campaign (LeBron can opt out next summer, after all), Cleveland, Ohio will have an NBA superteam.
The year of Luigi is truly a remarkable time to be alive.