When Andrew Wiggins was taken by the Cleveland Cavaliers with the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA draft, you can bet fans rushed out to buy the jersey of the team’s newest star. Wiggins is a young, exciting player that any Cleveland fan could root for, so purchasing his apparel seemed like a safe thing to do. That was before Cleveland and the Minnesota Timberwolves reportedly agreed in principle on a deal that would send Kevin Love to the Cavaliers in exchange for Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett and a protected 2015 first-round pick. But fear not, Cavs fans. It looks like you can get a full refund on those Wiggins jerseys (minus shipping, of course) and use that money for a shiny new Love uniform.
The standard return policy with the NBA store is normally 60 days, and the item has to be in its original condition with the tags still attached. However, customers who actually bought the custom Wiggins jerseys will be able to return it without tags, Darren Rovell said. The NBA hasn’t issued any information regarding refunds on Anthony Bennett uniforms. Bennett, the 2013 first overall pick, is heading to Minnesota in the trade along with Wiggins. Our guess is the Bennett jerseys won’t be refunded, seeing as they weren’t after his less-than-stellar rookie campaign.