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While most of the Andrew Wiggins talk centers around his long-term potential, he's awfully nice right now.
Wiggins went for 22 points against Colorado and career highs of 26 points and 11 boards against Florida, shooting a combined 5-of-12 from three and 15-of-17 from the line.
He's been as dangerous as advertised in the open floor, where he slices through defenses and effortlessly finishes over the top of them.
In the half court, he's knocking down spot-up jumpers and turning scoring chances at the rim into points. Defensively, he's been phenomenal, where he continues to show lockdown potential.
The only real complaint is that he's still a bit passive offensively. Even though Wiggins dropped 26 in a loss to Florida, he went 14 straight minutes without a field goal in each half.
Jabari Parker is right on Wiggins' tail. Scouts will want to see Wiggins show some signs of urgency and hopefully look for his shot a little more often.
If there were five sheets of ice under Wiggins' feet before the year, I'd say there's just one at this point in time. Wiggins will need to hit the gas with conference play approaching, or he'll get passed by the surging competition.