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Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas got more than he bargained for when he attempted to stop Minnesota Timberwolves forward Andrew Wiggins during the third quarter of Wednesday's game at Target Center.
Minnesota's Gorgui Dieng and Wiggins embarked on a two-on-one break against Valanciunas, and Dieng left a pass for the 21-year-old just short of the basket.
Wiggins dunked over Valanciunas, who couldn't get high enough for a piece of the ball, and the third-year pro added injury to insult when he landed awkwardly on the back of his counterpart.
Valanciunas should remember this the next time he considers taking on Wiggins inside the paint.