We’re now officially two months away from March Madness and players have more or less revealed who they really are. The same goes for the most talked about college freshman in the past few seasons, Kansas’ Andrew Wiggins. Everyone from Sports Illustrated to GQ gave the golden nod that he’d be the second coming of basketball royalty, but as those sentiments have began to fade.
Maybe he’s not LeBron James. Why is that a bad thing? He’s young enough, athletic enough and talented enough to write and rewrite his own story. To cast him off as not the most dynamic player hit that stage in this upcoming NBA Draft would be a mistake and here’s a few reasons why.