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How can he live up to LeBron 2.0?

By comparing Wiggins to NBA's best, talent of Kansas frosh not fully appreciated

Updated: February 7, 2014, 11:24 AM ET
By Jean-Jacques Taylor | ESPNDallas.com

WACO, Texas -- Andrew Wiggins is both blessed and cursed to be considered the next LeBron James.

Who wouldn't want to be heralded as the next great NBA talent at just 18? But it's accompanied by expectations that can really never be met.

Whatever Wiggins does at Kansas, it's never good enough.

Score 20 points and folks think he should've scored 30. Grab eight rebounds and critics wonder why he didn't get 10. Have a few assists, get a couple of steals and throw down ...

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