Feb 4, 2014; Waco, TX, USA; Kansas Jayhawks guard Andrew Wiggins (22) reacts to a call during the first half against the Baylor Bears at the Ferrell Center. Mandatory Credit: Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins hits halfcourt buzzer-beater

When is the best time to score a bucket during a basketball game? The easy answer would be as soon as possible, but that doesn’t give us any form of style points. Which, assumingly, is what Kansas Jayhawks freshman, Andrew Wiggins, was thinking when he didn’t score a field goal attempt until the very end of the first-half in their game against Baylor.

That is Andrew Wiggins being all video game trick-shot magnificent or something. Likely something, but we hate semantics. But seriously, that was pretty awesome coming from a guy who hadn’t made a bucket up until that point.

More importantly than Wiggins hitting a halfcourt shot as time expires was the outcome of the actual game. Kansas ended up schooling the disappointing Bears. So, um, that was also good.

Wiggins finished the game with 14 points, seven rebounds and five dimes. A pretty complete game for the now newly freshly again heavily hyped freshman.

The Jayhawks have won eight of their last nine games. So that’s good as well, right?

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