Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins are part of a new wave of Canadian basketball talent that is sure to make tsunami waves in the 2016 Olympics.
#Magic Andrew Nicholson said his goal is to play in the 2016 Summ Olympics alongside fellow Canadians Anthony Bennett and Andrew Wiggins.
— John Denton (@JohnDenton555) July 5, 2013
“Bennett was the first Canadian to go No. 1 overall and kids look up to that say, ‘I can do that, too,’” said Adrian Wadden to the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “We haven’t had that before.”
Time for the Lakers to get in on the Andrew Wiggins/Julius Randle/Jabari Parker sweepstakes
— M. GRADS (@MGRADS) July 5, 2013
Some teams will be tanking next year for Wiggins who has been hailed as the best player to come out of high school since Kevin Durant. I see more of a young Tracy McGrady in Wiggins but that is just me; Wiggins is similar in his athleticism and length to McGrady in my opinion though.
Chat Wrap: Who's tanking/rebuilding? Is Andrew Wiggins worth all of this? Is Julius Randle a threat to go No. 1? http://t.co/9vmiUVA1UX
— Chad Ford (@chadfordinsider) July 3, 2013
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