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Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing

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Post#1 Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:28 pm by Han Solo

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Post#2 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:34 pm by TheDon008

:o

oh my god

He would look nice in a Heat Uni!
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Post#3 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:36 pm by Biz Gilwalker

There are going to be so many teams tanking next season for this guy.
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Post#4 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:39 pm by orange_juice32

Team Canada is going to be nice in 2020
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Post#5 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:39 pm by cb4_89

Hopefully the raptors are one of them. And hopefully we finally get that Lebron to Cleveland or Rose to Chicago lotto wins.
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Post#6 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:53 pm by Han Solo

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Post#7 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 7:58 pm by MaliBrah

comon wiggins either we win the lotto , or you force your way to us on draft night , or we get you after your first contract extension expires
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Post#8 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:06 pm by Han Solo

His nickname should be freight train. Never seen a high school kid look so hungry. He looks like a pissed off version of a young LeBron when he plays. There is some nastiness to his game. He can also fly through the air two handed. This kid is going to embarrass some NBA veterans immediately.
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Post#9 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:10 pm by nuposse04

I'd say his floor is probably Rudy Gay. Wiggins has stupid good athleticism.
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Post#10 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:16 pm by Inevitable

All these years of Raptors suffering would be worth it for him
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Post#11 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:21 pm by LascelleL

Inevitable wrote:All these years of Raptors suffering would be worth it for him
RAPTORS DRAFT WIGGINS
Sinant wrote:I treat the Phoenix/Cleveland/Boston Shaqs like I do Wizards MJ.
Never happened.

^^^^So True

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Post#12 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:23 pm by DFolks

Jabari Parker, barring injuries, will be better than Wiggins.
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Post#13 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:25 pm by Doddage

Wow. I'm not a fan of his last name, but damn, he looks legit.
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Post#14 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:26 pm by Chalk1

orange_juice32 wrote:Team Canada is going to be nice in 2020


I'd say 2016 and 2019 could be pretty good too.

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Post#15 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:28 pm by Optms

Stud athlete and I can't wait to see him in D1 along with Jabari and a few other HS prospects. We'll know then if he's the real deal or not. Personally, I don't see it but we'll see.
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Post#16 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:31 pm by Han Solo

Optms wrote:Stud athlete and I can't wait to see him in D1 along with Jabari and a few other HS prospects. We'll know then if he's the real deal or not. Personally, I don't see it but we'll see.

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What? He dominates with his left or right hand already. This kid will be the a stud immediately. Parker=Carmelo, Wiggins=LeBron if were talking potential.
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Post#17 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:36 pm by JWiLL02

I'm more concerned with Parker's athleticism translating to elite leagues than I am with any facet of Wiggins' game.
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Post#18 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:38 pm by Optms

Han Solo wrote:
Optms wrote:Stud athlete and I can't wait to see him in D1 along with Jabari and a few other HS prospects. We'll know then if he's the real deal or not. Personally, I don't see it but we'll see.

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What? He dominates with his left or right hand already. This kid will be the a stud immediately. Parker=Carmelo, Wiggins=LeBron if were talking potential.


Well, this is part of the reason why I said I don't see it.

Because fans like you throw him into the Lebron category. Failing to realize just how absurdly god like Lebron was in High School. Lebron did things in School most players in the league could only dream of.

What does Wiggins do so differently that can't be found around the NBA to draw such comparisons? Let alone a comparison to Lebron?
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Post#19 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:39 pm by Chalk1

JWiLL02 wrote:I'm more concerned with Parker's athleticism translating to elite leagues than I am with any facet of Wiggins' game.


After seeing him recently I'd also be concerned for his long-term weight and conditioning issues. He is half Tongan.
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Post#20 Re: Andrew Wiggins - the next big thing
Fri Jan 18, 2013 8:42 pm by Han Solo

Optms wrote:
Han Solo wrote:
Optms wrote:Stud athlete and I can't wait to see him in D1 along with Jabari and a few other HS prospects. We'll know then if he's the real deal or not. Personally, I don't see it but we'll see.

:lol:

What? He dominates with his left or right hand already. This kid will be the a stud immediately. Parker=Carmelo, Wiggins=LeBron if were talking potential.


Well, this is part of the reason why I said I don't see it.

Because fans like you throw him into the Lebron category. Failing to realize just how absurdly god like Lebron was in High School. Lebron did things in School most players in the league could only dream of.

What does Wiggins do so differently that can't be found around the NBA to draw such comparisons? Let alone a comparison to Lebron?


If Wiggins was from the States he'd be getting much more exposure. This kid is everything Parker is with freakish athleticism. He is, in my opinion, the closest player Lebron's size with his same physical gifts. And he's nasty.

I don't care. I'll stick by my opinion, this kid will be huge when he hits the NBA.
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