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Andrew Wiggins' decision: What it will mean for the winning team


Reggie Bullock’s decision to enter the draft — perhaps prematurely — created an opening in the lineup that Wiggins would fill beautifully. Bullock shot 1-of-7 in his final college game, the punctuation on a college career marked by that sort of inconsistency. Wiggins will not have such issues as a collegian. In Roy Williams’ push-the-pace offense, Wiggins’ ability to change ends, to grab rebounds and push the ball into transition and to finish on the break – all would be accentuated. (Sporting News)

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