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The Timberwolves small forward, who was the No. 1 pick in the draft, led all first-year players in scoring.

The Timberwolves rookie appears to take the mild hazing in stride during a post-game media session.

Cleveland wins the game, but Wiggins shows off his explosiveness against player the Cavs traded him to get.

Milwaukee beats Minnesota in the initial matchup of the players who went 1-2 in the NBA draft.

According to Bill Self, Wiggins would rather work on becoming the leader of a team, rather than a 'piece' of LeBron's supporting cast.

Kansas has the advantage of keeping Wiggins close to his brother, Nick, who plays at Wichita State.