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NBA Ceiling: Elite Superstar
He's that good.
Andrew Wiggins is a video-game character living in the real world. With once-in-a-decade athleticism, Wiggins is capable of doing things on the court that perfect defense can't stop.
He's got bounce like you've never seen before. The floor is Wiggins' personal trampoline he uses to sky over defenders and finish on the way down.
He also sports one of the quickest first steps you'll see, which combined with his ability to elevate, allows him to separate from defenders whenever he sees fit.
Even though Wiggins isn't a refined scorer just yet, he's still able to take over games as a shot maker and relentless attacker. Who knows how unstoppable he'll become once he's knocking down mid- and long-range jumpers with regularity?
He stands 6'8'' with a 7'0'' wingspan, has a former first-round pick as a dad and former Olympic sprinter for a mom.
And on top of everything, Wiggins is a humble, high-character kid every NBA owner will want representing their franchise.
The ingredients for superstardom are in the pudding. This kid has the chance to be a special, memorable NBA player some day.