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January 30th, 2014

Sha-Bang!

Player of the Week

Shabazz Napier, Connecticut

January 28th

Wiggin' Out for Wiggins!

Player of the Week

Andrew Wiggins - Kansas

Andrew WigginsAndrew WigginsIt has taken to the end of January for Andrew Wiggins to make his first appearance as player of the week, but Kansas’ freshman swingman strung together a pair of great games in wins over #24 Baylor and TCU week. Wiggins capped his week with a career highs in points (27) and assists (5) in Fort Worth, Saturday night against the Horned Frogs.

January 27th

Air Clarkson

Player of the Week

Jordan Clarkson - Missouri

January 26th

Bryce is Right

Player of the Week Bryce CottonBryce Cotton

Bryce Cotton

January 25th

Hair Trigger

Player of the Week

Gary Harris, Michigan State

Gary HarrisGary HarrisWe are officially one-third of the way through Big Ten conference play. Crazy, right? It’s not a coincidence that this week’s POTW is the best player on a team undefeated in conference play.

January 25th

Fresh Start

Player of the Week

Markus Kennedy, Southern Methodist

No Longer Naadir in Headlights

Player of the Week

Naadir Tharpe - Kansas

Naadir TharpeNaadir TharpeGuard play, outside shooting, and consistency at the point guard position have been constant criticisms throughout Kansas’ 2013-2014 season. This week KU point guard Naadir Tharpe caught fire and seemingly directly addressed all of these criticisms, and in the process lead his young Jayhawks to two consecutive victories over teams ranked in the top 15.

All the Wright Moves

Player of the Week

Delon Wright, Utah

January 21st

Dougie McDamage

Player of the Week

Doug McDermott

January 19th

Husky Handful

Player of the Week

CJ Wilcox, Washington

CJ WilcoxCJ WilcoxWilcox is one of the best scorers in the nation this season. His quickness and ability to shoot from behind the arc has made him a tough opponent to guard for defenders. He also has stepped up his play on the defensive end, quietly averaging 1.2 blocks and 1.1 steals per game.