Basketball phenomenon Andrew Wiggins may have only just started his college career as a freshman at Kansas, but NBA superstar Kevin Durant has already lauded him a potential Hall of Famer. "He's raw, but his ceiling is high. He can be like a Hall of Famer, All-Star, for sure. He's good," the Oklahoma City Thunder forward said. "Wiggins is on another level with God-given ability. You look at him, you can tell he's going to be really big and fill out a lot. He's really athletic." The son of former NBA player Mitchell Wiggins and ex-Canadian Olympic track-and-field sprinter Marita Payne-Wiggins, the 18-year-old has the sort of raw athletic ability that even got "the King" LeBron James out of his chair during a skills academy.
Basketball phenomenon Andrew Wiggins dubbed the best prospect since LeBron James
Durham Herald-Sun | Nov 21