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Andrew Wiggins has good hands to go along with his ridiculously long 7' wingspan. With this wingspan and his athletic ability, Wiggins has the potential to turn himself into a defensive force by creating havoc in the passing lanes with his hands.
Wiggins also has great shooting touch and can be counted on to knock down perimeter shots, which will serve him well in Kansas' motion offense. He should be able to transition nicely into the role Ben McLemore had for the Jayhawks last season.
One of the biggest strengths of Jabari Parker's game is his hands.
He is the type of player who can grab a defensive rebound, dribble the ball the length of the floor and finish in the lane.
Parker also knows how to distribute the ball to his teammates and post up defenders in the lane.
The slight advantage here goes to Jabari Parker.