Nobody knows how Andrew Wiggins’ time at Kansas will play out, and for now that’s precisely the point. Wiggins is a 6-foot-8 bundle of athleticism and possibility that challenges the imagination. Continue reading
He destroyed rims.
Much has been made about the reaction to Kansas freshman wing Andrew Wiggins’ first workouts for his new coaching staff, with an unnamed source stating to Gary Parrish of CBSSports.com that watching Wiggins was “like watching a video game.” On Wednesday some lucky campers at the Kansas Basketball Camp got to watch Wiggins play some… Continue reading
— Andrew Wiggins sat on a set of stairs outside Kansas’ practice facility, waiting for his coach. It was Wednesday afternoon, a few minutes after KU’s weekly camp scrimmage, and Wiggins had just made his first public appearance in his new life.
There was an overflow crowd inside the Horejsi Center, which usually seats 1,300 fans for KU volleyball matches, and now there were at least a dozen media members with video cameras and microphones. Wiggins buried his head in a towel, smiled a bit, and finally, here came Bill Self, appearing at the top of the stairs.
“Did we just win the Elite Eight game?” Self joked.
This was one way to make a first impression. In the opening seconds of Wednesday’s camp scrimmage, KU freshman Andrew Wiggins found himself on a breakaway with only former Jayhawk center Cole Aldrich in the picture. Continue reading
By Austin Meek
LAWRENCE — Kansas could have sold tickets for Wednesday’s scrimmage and filled Allen Fieldhouse to the rafters.
Instead, the unofficial debut of freshman Andrew Wiggins was witnessed by a gym full of campers and enough word-of-mouth spectators to threaten the Horejsi Center’s fire code compliance.
No one went home disappointed, either. Within a few seconds of the opening tip, Wiggins broke free in the open floor and soared for a dunk over Cole Aldrich, a three-year NBA veteran.
Andrew Wiggins, a McDonald’s All-American and the top-ranked recruit in the country, landed in Lawrence earlier this week and made his first media appearance on Wednesday afternoon. Head coach Bill Self also addressed questions regarding his No. 1 sign… Continue reading
The Kansas football team picked up a pair of oral commitments Wednesday night. Continue reading
Darius Cobb, the St. Louis AAU coach who allegedly accepted $10,000 and trips to influence former KU guard Ben McLemore, is scheduled to meet with a representative of the NCAA’s enforcement staff on Wednesday, according to a USA Today report. Continue reading
Andrew Wiggins scored seven points in Wednesday’s camp scrimmage in Horejsi Center. Continue reading