Andrew Wiggins is getting close to LeBron-level hype, even though the 18-year-old can’t go pro as James did because of the NBA’s higher age-limit rule enacted in 2005. And when Wiggins an NBA-ready all-around player and freak athlete like James is eligible for the draft after his freshman year at Kansas, the endorsement market for him could be bigger than it was for James as a rookie. “(Adidas) is easily the front-runner, 100 percent,” said Rich Lopez, the publisher of the popular sneaker website I just want to see whose going to draft him next year. Also being compared to LBJ is a bit much you know.  He is receiving a $180 million shoe deal that’s sick.


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