The Houston Rockets took on the Minnesota Timberwolves in Mexico City Wednesday night in a game that, unlike last year’s edition abroad, was not canceled due to an arena fire. Speaking of things on fire, the T-Wolves were the latest punching bag opponent for the 7-1 Rockets, who continued their blistering start with a 113-101 victory. Dwight Howard, returning to the lineup after missing the previous game, notched 22 points, 14 rebounds and 4 blocks — one of which qualified as a “Welcome to the NBA” moment for Andrew Wiggins, who could only walk away sheepishly after realizing it wasn’t such a good idea to challenge a healthy Dwight.

It’s entirely possible that overconfidence got the best of Wiggins, considering he’d already worked James Harden (not exactly Dwight Howard’s equal on defense) for a nice dunk in the first quarter.