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The East's Starting Lineup Would Never Lose a Game

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The East\'s Starting Lineup Would Never Lose a Game

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The East trotted out a starting lineup of Andrew Wiggins, Julius Randle, Andrew Harrison, Chris Walker, and Tyler Ennis. If you're keeping score at home, that's the #1, #3, #5, #14, and #38-ranked recruits in the nation, all playing for the same team. They scored 77 of their team's 98 points, with Wiggins, Randle and Walker each posting a game-high 19. Randle out-muscled opponents down low; Walker grabbed rebounds and made putbacks; Harrison and Wiggins slashed and shot from the outside; and Ennis set it all up. This lineup was impossible to guard or match up with. If Kentucky nabs Wiggins, it will become 3/5 of a reality for the Wildcats. Terrifying.

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Photo via Jordan Brand

The East trotted out a starting lineup of Andrew Wiggins, Julius Randle, Andrew Harrison, Chris Walker, and Tyler Ennis. If you're keeping score at home, that's the #1, #3, #5, #14, and #38-ranked recruits in the nation, all playing for the same team. They scored 77 of their team's 98 points, with Wiggins, Randle and Walker each posting a game-high 19. Randle out-muscled opponents down low; Walker grabbed rebounds and made putbacks; Harrison and Wiggins slashed and shot from the outside; and Ennis set it all up. This lineup was impossible to guard or match up with. If Kentucky nabs Wiggins, it will become 3/5 of a reality for the Wildcats. Terrifying.


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