Smiling and maybe only half-joking, Andrew Wiggins offered the simplest of answers to explain why he settles for jump shots when he can take it to the rim like he did often in Sunday's 109-103 Timberwolves victory over defending NBA champion Golden State. “I settle sometimes,” he said. “I love my shot.” Then he shrugged. “I just have to stay aggressive, keep driving, putting pressure on the defense,” Wiggins said. Wiggins complemented teammate Karl-Anthony Towns' 31-point, 16-rebound double-double by scoring 23 points himself. Whether taking a direct path or Eurostepping his way there, Wiggins scored 15 of those 23 points on six shots within seven feet of the rim and three points on free throws.