LAWRENCE, Kan. —
“I’ve got a lot of expectations for the team,” said Wiggins, who is widely projected to be the No. 1 pick in next year’s draft. “We’re a young team, but I know we can do a lot of damage. Hopefully, we’ll win the Big 12 and then win the whole thing.”
Those are ambitious goals most places. Not so much at Kansas.
Selden must star:Self has said that Selden has been the most impressive player on the floor in the early stages of practice. He’s a physical 6-5 guard who would be the headliner in just about any recruiting class. “I’ve been playing with grown guys since I was 14 or 15,” Selden said, “so that’s helped me develop for sure.”
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