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Is Aaron Wiggins related to Andrew Wiggins?


Despite having
a historically young group

, the Thunder have made a meteoric rise to the top of the Western Conference. OKC’s roster is led by a 25-year-old MVP candidate, a pair of burgeoning stars and a cast of players that star in their respective roles.

Among the Thunder’s supporting cast is Aaron Wiggins, a third-year guard who has worked his way up from a two-way contract as a rookie into the team’s playoff rotation in Year 3.

In a league that has its fair share of sibling pairings and second-generation talent, a player named A. Wiggins could cause fans to draw a connection between OKC’s sharpshooter and former No. 1 overall pick Andrew Wiggins.

Is there a connection? Here is what we know about Oklahoma City’s Aaron Wiggins and Golden State’s Andrew Wiggins.

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No, there is no known relation between Aaron Wiggins and Andrew Wiggins.

Aaron Wiggins, 25, is a native of Greensboro, N.C., where he was born and raised before attending the University of Maryland. Aaron Wiggins’ parents’ names are Tim and Serena, and he has four siblings, Shekinah, Joshua, Zacchaeus and Imanai.

Andrew Wiggins, 29, was born and raised in the Greater Toronto Area in Ontario, Canada before coming to the United States to attend prep school and the University of Kansas.

Andrew Wiggins is the son of former NBA player Mitchell Wiggins and Olympic sprinter Marita Payne-Wiggins. He has five siblings: Angelica, Michell Jr., Nick, Stephanie and Taya.

While Andrew Wiggins is Canadian, his father is a native of North Carolina. Aside from sharing a last name and occupation, both Aaron and Andrew Wiggins have roots in the same state.

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