KANSAS CITY, Mo. Make him go right.
You ask. Nick Wiggins laughs. It's a big brother's laugh, the laugh of a cat who has done it 500 times on 500 different driveways. A cat who doesn't see the No. 1 pick in the 2014 NBA Draft, but a 10-year-old in a man's body, always tagging along, always trying to prove he can play with the big kids.
"Make him go right," Nick Wiggins, the Wichita State swing man, says of younger sibling Andrew Wiggins, the new center of the Kansas basketball universe.
"He's right-handed, but he likes going to his left, just like left-handed players like to go to their right. Like (ex-Shockers point guard) Malcolm (Armstead) last year; Malcolm liked to drive right and finish with his left hand."
Make him go right.
"Make him shoot it," Nick says.
Make him shoot it.
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