Wiggins not wavering in decision to leave for NBA


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LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Andrew Wiggins isn't wavering on his decision to enter the NBA draft, even if he acknowledges going through a roller-coaster of emotions after his final home game at Kansas.

Wiggins said Wednesday night that his college career has gone by "too quick," and that he wished he could stop time. But he knows that there are millions of dollars awaiting him in the draft, and that it would be foolishto pass it up.

Still, there are plenty of memories still to be made in college.

The Jayhawks wrap up their regular season Saturday at West Virginia, and then Wiggins will lead them into the Big 12 tournament next week and the NCAA tournament after that.

Plenty more chances for the freshman to leave his mark.

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