Golden State Warriors wing Andrew Wiggins is yet to play a real game with Stephen Curry, but it took just one scrimmage together for the two-time MVP to impress the recently acquired forward.

In Curry's first scrimmage back as he prepares for his return from a broken hand, his impact was evident to Wiggins. The former Minnesota Timberwolves forward called Steph a “game-changer” who influences the game any time he steps on the floor.

Curry has officially been cleared for contact, and he reiterated his intention of returning to action to face the Washington Wizards on March 1 after a three-and-a-half month layoff.

The Warriors (12-44) have the worst record in the NBA, but the reintegration of stephen Curry and seeing him work alongside Andrew Wiggins should add some entertainment and intrigue to the final few weeks of the season.

“Steph needs to get to know these guys … it's a big part of the final third of the season is everybody playing together, acclimating together, with the trade for Andrew [Wiggins], the young guys, Steph coming back, these games matter,” head coach Steve Kerr said after Saturday's scrimmage, per ESPN.

The Warriors rightfully feel encouraged about Wiggins' play since acquiring the former no. 1 pick before the trade deadline in a deal that shipped D'Angelo Russell to the Timberwolves. In his first four games as a Warriors, Wiggins is averaging 25.6 points per 36 minutes with an extremely warm 66.7 efefctive field goal percentage. Earlier Saturday, Kerr praised how quickly Wiggins was learning the offense.