"It's unbelievable how they stayed connected throughout the whole game", he said.
"Obviously, Wiggins didn't mean anything in that - that should be said".
The comments came after the Timberwolves 119-117 win Tuesday evening, when Wiggins told reporters that Schroder "was acting insane for no reason".
"I'd like to clarify what I said tonight during my post game media session".
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The impact seemed to knock him unconscious because moments later he fell to the court and made no attempt to brace himself, smacking his head against the wood. Wiggins claims he used the word "getting" rather than "gay" before adding that has the "utmost love and respect for the LGBTQIA community".
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Noel appeared to briefly lose consciousness but was moving as medical personnel tended to him. Players from both teams jawed at each other while Noel was on the ground. Noel was taken off in a stretcher, and Oklahoma City said Thursday the center has a concussion. He did not offer details on the injury.
"Uh, he was just gay", Wiggins said.
I said: "I don't know what's wrong with him he was just getting... acting insane for no reason". "He tried to contest it". I think he fell wrong. "Hopefully we'll hear some good news back later on". Schroder later got into a shoving match with Minnesota point guard and former Atlanta Hawks teammate Jeff Teague that resulted in an ejection. Following a review, Schroder was called for a technical foul, and Teague received two T's, leading to an automatic ejection.