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You cannot teach that.
Andrew Wiggins skipped the NBA Draft Combine in Chicago, which for him is no big deal (much like top NFL prospects skipping that combine). Teams drafting in the top three that get to work out Wiggins will give him physicals, do interviews and put him in game-like situations to see him play. That will matter far more than how he might have run a shuttle drill at the combine.
Wiggins is likely the No. 1 pick.
The most-heralded freshman in a class full of them, Wiggins showed why people have been raving about him for a few years. The expectations may have been a bit high, but when Wiggins was able to show his athleticism and skill in action, it was guaranteed to have people talking. His play could be inconsistent, but he impressed when he had chances. There was concern about his jumper heading into the season, but it looked fine, and he showed range to the NBA three-point line. Wiggins’ defensive skills are often underplayed, but he is capable of guarding multiple positions and can be a pest on the perimeter.
Plus, you can’t teach that kind of athleticism.