With three games in three days coming up in the Bahamas, Kansas coach Bill Self knows his team's depth will be tested.
So will its star.
Andrew Wiggins is averaging 16.8 points on nearly 59 percent shooting, one of the many reasons why the second-ranked Jayhawks have won all four of their games. Now the freshman will put his talent on display in the Bahamas, with No. 2 Kansas facing Wake Forest on Thursday in one of four first-day matchups at the Battle 4 Atlantis.
Wiggins says he "can still be better," and Self says the same about his team. No. 23 Iowa is also in the field, along with Xavier, Villanova, USC, Tennessee and Texas-El Paso. Combined, the eight clubs have gone 33-4 so far this season.
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