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2011 4A OFSAA: Andrew Wiggins’ Vaughan Voyageurs rule Ontario High School Basketball

Coming into the 2011 4A OFSAA provincial champions 16-year-old, six-foot-seven Toronto and Canadian High School basketball sensation Andrew Wiggins had one thing in mind, as described by his tweet on Sunday night.

On Wednesday night Wiggins Tweeted:

In other words OFSAA Champs – We Winnin’ – Charlie Sheen reference.

In between those two tweets Andrew Wiggins went to work against the top teams across Ontario Basketball and left his footprints and paws stoned all-over Toronto, Ontario and Canadian basketball history.

In a match-up between No. 1 ranked Vaughn Voyageurs and No. 3 Loyola Hawks, Wiggins saved his best performance of the three-day tournament for last, dropping a game high 25 points and pulling down 14 rebounds in a 76-63 victory which will ultimately go down as his last high school game on Canadian soil.

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In five games against top Ontario basketball competition the 16-year-old averaged 19.2 per game. His raw ability and height advantage make him nearly impossible to guard on the block and on the wing. A move down south should be beneficial for Wiggins who has the potential to be an NBA 1st round draft pick someday.




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