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Did Andrew Wiggins make the right decision?

Asked at Massachusetts Street on April 1, 2014

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“No, he should’ve stayed another year.”

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“No, he needs to reach his potential as a college athlete before going for the money.”

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“No.”

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“The answer is no. I think they should extend the (age) restriction to join the NBA.”

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Bob Smith 8 months, 4 weeks ago

The larger question is, did the person who recruited Andrew Wiggins make the right decision?

Gregory Sharp 8 months, 4 weeks ago

April fools right. Look what happened to perry Ellis and Marcus Smart. They both got worse and subsequently their draft stick dropped. It's documented that if he's going to get better the NBA is the better place to be. He never wanted to go to college. But the NCAA and NBA made him. He's going one two or three in the NBA and trust Coach Self told him to go. Good Luck Andrew and congrats on living the American dream becoming a millionaire.

Richard Payton 8 months, 4 weeks ago

Andrew made the right decision. Hope your future is bright and remember those Jayhawks.

Elston Gunn 8 months, 4 weeks ago

Damn right. I used to be really down on the whole one and done thing. I felt it showed a lot of contempt for higher education. But look, most people go to college to make a better financial life for themselves in the future. It don't get much better than making millions when you're 19. Good luck, Andrew!

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