Aquille Carr vs Andrew Wiggins.
The new Youtube none of the video's have the full code for me to embed the video's anymore.
Why is there all these new videos of Wiggins and none of Jabari?
He scored 6 points in his season debut for Simeon, but from what I have heard is coming back rather slowly. Still, not a lot of material for a guy who is currently not at full speed and coming back from a fractured right foot.
Aquille Carr would be a nightmare to try and guard. I like that they both took the challenge at times. Aquille taking it to Wiggins and Andrew for stepping up and guarding him at times. It is nice to see two guys competing at that level.
Was basically for you, guess you missed it. Nonetheless, posting fewer videos would probably be fine by many. This one was cool as Aquille Carr and Andrew Wiggins are staples, but they can sometimes be a bit overdone. If you had one page where you posted your daily vids, think that might be appreciated by many posters on the forum.
Saw on Twitter that most people said Andrew finished with only 11 and that an injured Xavier Rathan-Mayes scored 19, finishing with the MVP. Aquille is definitely tough to guard, not to mention 21 years old, lol. Still, rankings are about pro prospects, which is why Wiggins holds down that #1 spot. Odds are, most nights he will come out and play pretty darn well too.
Of a 15 year old Andrew Wiggins going up against a 17 year old Kevin Pangos. Was pretty epic, Pangos finished with 48 and Andrew with 28 plus the win. Fairly sure Vaughan went undefeated when he was playing for them, he was incredibly dominant in his one HS year in Canada, not to mention they tend to have great teams. Pangos has been a big name here for a while though and has obviously done quite well in his early career at Gonzaga. Guessing this has possibly been posted before, just for those who had not seen or heard about it:
Still very confident in the abilities of Andrew Wiggins and think he has improved a tremendous amount in the last couple years.
Aquille is 21????????? damn
O nvm Aquille is 19
September 28, 1992. My bad for saying he was 21, still is definitely older for the class of 2013. Will turn 21 next year before (or if, as I have heard their could be possible academic issues) he plays a college game. He is definitely a very fun player to watch and can be a definite difference maker for Seton Hall, just is a tad older than the folks he was playing against here. Seems like a very tough kid and is quite difficult to stop, though his lack of height definitely causes some challenges defensively at the next level.
Andrew Wiggins is undoubtedly a future star in the NBA, but what does Aquille Carr's future look like? I know he's an exceptional talent but will his height limit him from being seriously viewed as a top draft prospect?
If Aquille Carr was 6'2 he would rank amongst where?... Top 3 player.
aquille is born in 93 not 92. He was held back one year and started school a year late he is 19 now. Also this goes to show he can hang with anyone and we cant say what he would be if he were taller because we don't know how it would pan out.the reason we all love to watch him play is because of his size and how he still kills at that size,maybe if he were bigger he wouldnt be the same,With that being said still andrew is top dog and it looks really easy for him out there on the offensive en d.
Had seen somewhere that he was indeed 20, guess I read wrong. Sorry, definitely made a mistake on that one. Very true about us not knowing what he might be if he were taller, one can only imagine that certain dynamics of his athleticism and agility could change. Either way, he is incredibly exciting to watch and obviously very difficult to defend. Will be interesting to see how he translates to the NCAA game, guessing he will still be dangerous. Seemed to give Huntington quite a scare.