Found July 03, 2013 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
PLAYERS: Bill Self
TEAMS: Kansas Jayhawks
KANSAS CITY, Mo. Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said he is handling the out-of-control Andrew Wiggins hype just fine. "The (other) guys are, too," Self said. "Wiggins has brought a lot of excitement to our program but like I told him, he hasn't done anything yet. He hasn't made a basket. "We have a talented bunch and he kind of spearheads that class, based on past performances. I'm excited and I know the fans are excited based on what I can tell." Self was at Kauffman Stadium prior to the Royals-Indians game on Wednesday, teaming up with Royals right-hander James Shield for some public-service announcements on behalf of the KVC Behavioral Health foster care programs. Self took a few moments afterward to chat a little about his Jayahwks, as well as a little baseball. He said he isn't about to tone down some of the hysteria that has surrounded his program since the 6-foot-8 Wiggins who already is being projected as the NBA's no. 1...
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