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Andrew Wiggins, on the other hand, played a hell of a game by McDonald's standards.
He was matched up against Jabari Parker the whole night, and that's a show we can only hope will continue with Duke and North Carolina next season.
It's safe to say Wiggins won Round 1, as he finished with 19 points, four boards, one assist and two steals. Parker only managed 10 points on 4-of-13 shooting, though his game was much better than those stats indicate. He also had eight boards, three assists, two blocks and two steals.
Wiggins just did a nice job staying in front of him and contesting his shots.
I can't say the same for Parker, though. Wiggins broke out his spin move on Parker twice, leaving him in the dust both times. The first one was the best, as he spun off Parker to his left and floated a 14-footer into the bucket.
On the second one, Parker recovered enough to foul Wiggins before he got the shot off. Wiggins went 1-of-2 on that trip, but he finished 7-of-8 from the line.
That should make Tar Heel fans happy if they land Wiggins, considering the free-throw woes of 2012-13.
The only real negatives I saw with Wiggins was his range and help defense. He was 0-for-2 from three and never really looked confident letting the deep one go. On defense, he didn't seem to want any part of playing help defense or contesting dunks.
The defense I contribute more to the McDonald's All-American game. I don't imagine he would just watch someone dunk in a real game.
Wiggins didn't show complete dominance, but you rarely see that in these games. He still showed off some solid defense in the half court and in transition, where both his steals came.
On the offensive end, he was very smooth and didn't try to force too much, which is rare for a top prospect. They usually seem more desperate to show why they are No. 1.
Wiggins just let the game come to him. You have to love that from an 18-year-old.
I'm hesitant to put an NBA sticker on him at this point, but there is no doubt he is primed and ready to hit the college hardwood.