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MM 11.15: Former Maryland men’s basketball star Aaron Wiggins records first points in NBA

This is the Maryland Minute, a short story followed by a roundup of Terps-related news.

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Former Maryland men’s basketball star Aaron Wiggins is the latest former Terp to hit a milestone in the NBA.

Wiggins played his first minutes on the floor for the Oklahoma City Thunder in the team’s 120-96 loss to the Brooklyn Nets and tallied the first three points of his NBA career. The guard played 21 minutes and hit one three-pointer on his four total attempts. Wiggins only shot the ball from the long range, finishing 1-for-4 from the field.

Wiggins also contributed four rebounds, four assists, one steal and one block in the Thunder’s defeat on Sunday night.

The former Terp will look to build on his decent effort in the coming games as Oklahoma City will play the Miami Heat on Monday and then the Houston Rockets on Wednesday.

In other news

Damon Brooks Jr. covered No. 5 Maryland field hockey’s win over No. 10 Syracuse as the Terps are headed to the Final Four.

Ben Dickson recapped Maryland women’s basketball’s win over James Madison.

Lauren Rosh wrote her three takeaways after No. 21 Maryland men’s basketball’s win over Vermont and three takeaways after Maryland football’s loss to No. 8 Michigan State.

Austin Zuckerman recapped what went on this weekend in Big Ten football.

No. 4 Maryland women’s basketball’s freshman guard Shyanne Sellers scored 11 points for the program in the victory against James Madison.

Former Maryland men’s soccer goalie Zack Steffen starred for the United States in its World Cup Qualifier with Mexico.

Maryland field hockey shared a clip of Bibi Donraadt’s game-winner on Sunday afternoon.

Maryland wrestling shared a video from its meet with Virginia.

Former Maryland women’s basketball star Brionna Jones had a strong showing for Team USA at the FIBA 3x3 AmeriCup.