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Canadian professional basketball player
Born: February 23, 1995 (age 28 years), Thornhill, Canada
Current team: Golden State Warriors (#22 / Small forward, Power forward)
Siblings: Mitchell Wiggins, Nick Wiggins, Taya Wiggins, Angelica Wiggins, Stephanie Wiggins

School: University of Kansas
NBA draft: 2014 (Round: 1 / Pick: 1)
Height: 2.01 m
Height / Weight 6′ 7″ / 197 lbs

Born Feb 23, 1995 (28)
College Kansas
NBA Draft 1st Round, 1st Overall, 2014
Nationality American

Full Name: Andrew Wiggins
Nickname: Maple Jordan
Place of Birth: Toronto, Ontario
Shoe Size: 14

Education: Kansas
Parents: Mitchell Wiggins and Martia Payne-Wiggins

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Wiggins and his girlfriend Mychal have two daughters, born in 2018 and 2021.

Wiggins has five siblings: sisters Stephanie, Angelica, and Taya; and brothers Nick and Mitchell Jr.

His middle brother, Nick, played college basketball at Vincennes University, Wabash Valley College, and Wichita State University, and his oldest brother, Mitchell Jr., played at Hillsborough Community College and Southeastern University.

Andrew Christian Wiggins is a professional basketball player from Canada, who plays small forward for the Golden State Warriors of the National Basketball Association.

Wiggins is a former No. 1 overall draft pick and has been a part of multiple trades of historical significance in recent NBA history. He is also one of many young Canadian players causing excitement among basketball fans in Canada.

Andrew Wiggins started his high school career in Canada, going to Vaughan Secondary School in Ontario. He played two seasons there, with his sophomore year seeing him lead the team to a 44-1 mark and a province title.

Looking for a higher level of competition and more exposure to take his career to the next level, Wiggins finished high school in the United States at Huntington Prep in West Virginia.

A gifted scorer, Wiggins averaged over 23 points per game in each of his two seasons at Huntington Prep, averaging 2.6 blocks per game over his two seasons there as well.

In his final high school season, Wiggins was named the Naismith Prep Player of the Year, as well as the Gatorade National Player of the Year. He was rated as a five-star recruit by ESPN and was the top recruit in his class.

Wiggins chose to go to the Kansas Jayhawks to play his college basketball under Bill Self.

He averaged over 17 points per game in his lone season with the Jayhawks and made it deep into the selection processes for both the Wooden Award and the Naismith award for the best player in college basketball during his only collegiate season.

Alongside Joel Embiid, Kansas earned a two-seed in the NCAA Tournament in Wiggins’ only trip to the big dance. But an injury to Embiid and a four-point performance in the second round saw the Jayhawks get upset by 10-seed Stanford before they could reach the Sweet 16.

After the loss to Stanford saw his season end, Wiggins announced that he would be entering the NBA Draft.

Andrew Wiggins was selected with the first overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers.