Before stepping foot on campus in Lawrence, Wiggins' talent had already tantalized NBA fans to the point many hoped their teams would tank their current season just for a shot at drafting him. The results haven't quite matched the absurdly intense preseason hype, but with teammate and potential #1 pick Joel Embiid certain to miss at least the first week of the tourney, the 6'8" scoring machine out of Toronto will have to dominate for KU to advance. "Maple Jordan" will be the single biggest name in March Madness regardless of whether he dominates or disappoints.
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