Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins made a young fan’s day by signing his sneakers during his recent visit to China. Wiggins was on tour with Peak Sports, a Chinese sports goods manufacturer. The Warriors' star was mobbed by a sea of basketball fans everywhere since he reached China. 

Also Read: RJ Barrett, Josh Hart and Mikal Bridges raise hell on dance floor at Jalen Brunson’s wedding

A few fans got a chance to interact with him and get some autographs. But one fan interaction with the Canadian star has since gone viral where he signs a young fan’s shoes,  who is seen fighting his tears after receiving the signed sneaker. Reacting to the kid’s reaction, Wiggins had a wholesome smile.

Watch the video here:

After winning the title in 2022, Wiggins had a difficult 2022-23 season as he had to deal with a lot of personal problems. The 28-year-old only played in 37 games and averaged 17.1 points, 5.0 rebounds and 2.3 assists for the Golden State Warriors. Coming to the upcoming FIBA World Cup, Andrew Wiggins wouldn’t be representing Canada as he wants to fully commit to the Golden State Warriors.

Al so Read:  Udonis Haslem announces retirement after 20 years with Miami Heat

Talking about this decision, Andrew Wiggins said, “They wanted a long-term commitment. Right now, (my priority) is for the Golden State Warriors. I got kids. I got family. I got a life outside of basketball,” Wiggins said.“So, to commit three years to the Warriors and to Canada Basketball, wouldn't make sense to me. … I spend the whole time in-season with the Warriors, and in summertime, I get to decide.”