Early in the day on Saturday, the biggest trade of the summer finally became official between the Cleveland Cavaliers, Minnesota Timberwolves and Philadelphia 76ers. As we know, the two key pieces of all this is Kevin Love heading to Cleveland to play with LeBron James and no. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins heading to Minnesota, after many thought he would be the young star thriving under James.
There were also a lot of Cavaliers fans that were optimistic about Wiggins being a future star for their team, something they won’t get the chance to see now. And if you are one of those Cavaliers fans and you were so optimistic that you purchased a Wiggins jersey, there is a bit of good news.
You can get your money back.
The Cavaliers are offering refunds or exchanges to fans who purchased Andrew Wiggins No. 21 jerseys after he was dealt to Minnesota.
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) August 23, 2014
So see, there is a light at the end of the tunnel, although while Cavaliers fans might be disappointed, they can’t argue that acquiring Love is tremendous for their NBA Championship chances, as if landing LeBron back wasn’t already enough.
But now for Wiggins, he will get to play in Minnesota and try to cement his own legacy, which is maybe something that he wanted to begin with.