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Wiggins, Randle, and Johnson all play a different position and they all have the same goal. To win a NCAA championship. I recall both Randle and Wiggins stating they could enjoy playing with the Harrison twins and Young
I think Wiggins may be the key in how you approach the Johnson or Randle question. All things being equal, you take Randle over Johnson every day of the week. But if UK gets Wiggins and Johnson is ready to jump for UK then you take Johnson rather than wait for the possibility of getting Randle (or neither). But if Wiggins is going elsewhere then UK NEEDS Randle and that likely means no Johnson.
Yes I agree with you ukcat15, Randle over Johnson but Wiggins and Johnson over Randle. I can see Cal landing Wiggins and Johnson but not the other way around. I think we get either Randle or Wiggins not both and Johnson only if we get Wiggins because of the fact we have Lee already and adding two more bigs really doesn't fit with what UK has done over the last four years. I think Cauley Stein could return even though he will have a great year I think its possible that he comes back, because he really don't see himself as one and done. I wouldn't think so because he has played more football than basketball and he is very skilled and two years with Calipari and he could be a top pick in next years draft instead of just a mid to late first in the upcoming draft. I don't know what will happen but I do know this I want Wiggins period, don't care about getting anybody else, because I think we could miss on Randle and Johnson and if Cauley Stein comes back we are still favorites to win it all.
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