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Canada’s Finest: Lindell Wigginton

Lindell wigginton canada next great basketball player
Lindell wigginton canada next great basketball player

2017 Canadian guard Lindell Wiggington from Nova Scotia is Canada’s next rising star.

Balling out of the famous Oak Hill Academy program that is synonymous with NBA development, Wigginton has been on a tear, solidifying his name and game.

Wiggington, a 6-foot-1, 180-pound point-guard, has committed to the Iowa State Cyclones and is the first Canadian basketball player to attend Oak Hill academy.

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