Everyone thinks Temple guard Khalif Wyatt plays like an old man

Khalif Wyatt is a very good basketball player. He plays guard for Temple, and just dropped 31 points on North Carolina State in the NCAA tournament’s first round. Aside from getting busted in an Atlantic City prostitution ring during his 21st birthday celebration last June, Wyatt is known for exhibiting an old-school playing style on the court. Wolfpack Coach compared him to World B. Free and John Bagley. Others just like to call him old.






He’s so crafty, he defies all of your “modern day” basketball rules.

(h/t SBNation)


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Alex Prewitt covers the Washington Capitals. Follow him on Twitter @alex_prewitt or email him at alex.prewitt@washpost.com.



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