Wiggins competed for the Canadian National Team in the 2010 U17 World Championships and 2012 U18 World Championships. The team took Bronze both years.
As a member of the McDonald’s All American Team, Wiggins scored a team-high 19 points.
During his only year at Kansas, Wiggins was named the Big 12 Freshman of the Year and was named to the First Team All-Big 12.
Duke’s Jabari Parker tries to get a shot over Wiggins and his lockdown defense. Parker won’t be too far from Minneapolis, as he’ll be playing for the Milwaukee Bucks this season.
Wiggins and fellow lottery pick Joel Embiid chat during their freshman year at Kansas. Wiggins averaged 17.1 points and 5.9 rebounds per game as a freshman. He was a consensus second team All-American.
Wiggins chats with legendary coach Bill Self during a game.
In the Big 12 Quarterfinals game against Oklahoma State, Wiggins threw down this monster dunk. Kansas won 77-70 behind 30 points from the freshman.
As the likely No. 1 pick in the draft, Wiggins had the media members all around him prior to the 2014 NBA Draft.
Wiggins takes part in the Sirius XM NBA Draft radio tour before the 2014 draft.
Prior to the NBA Draft, Wiggins poses near an outdoor basketball court.
Wiggins became the second Canadian to be drafted first overall in the NBA Draft. The first? Teammate Anthony Bennett who was drafted No. 1 the year before.
Here’s an awesome shot of Wiggins throwing down a dunk during the 2014 Rookie Photo Shoot. Minnesota fans can expect to see plenty of this during his time in Minnesota. RUBIO TO WIGGINS FOR THE DUNK! We can hear Alan Horton already.
Here’s Wiggins walking with fellow top pick Jabari Parker in Summer League. In four games, Wiggins averaged 15.5 points and 3.5 rebounds per game.