Andrew Wiggins leads World Select over Team USA but loses this impromptu 3-point contest

Kyle Ringo
The Dagger: College Basketball Blog

Andrew Wiggins, the No. 1 rated recruit in the 2013 class, led the World Select team to a 112-98 win over Team USA in the Nike Hoop Summit on Saturday in Portland.

Wiggins scored 17 points with nine rebounds and four assists. The 6-foot-7 Canadian, who played at Huntington Prep in West Virginia is expected to make his college decision at some point in the next month. He will decide between Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky and North Carolina.

Earlier in the week after a practice leading up to the game, Kentucky-bound Karl Towns Jr., who is 7-1, got the best of Wiggins in an impressive post-practice 3-point contest where shots were taken from just outside the coaching box. It's going to be fun watching these guys play in college, even if it's just one year.

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