Reiter: " Let's start with Andrew Wiggins. People think he's going to be the best NBA prospect since Lebron James, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony. Now there's a report out that Adidas would like to give him 180 million dollars after he declares his eligibility, which we all think will be after the end of this season. For you having that high profile of a kid, having Adidas and 180 million dollars tossed around with one of your players, what are the challenges and advantages for your program?"
Self: "First of all I think there's huge advantages for our program because he's going to attract other guys, there's no question. He's been a magnet for us helping us be involved with other good players. But I don't know if you should really believe everything you hear. I've never heard of a situation like what was reported the other day and I'm going to assume it's not accurate and I think the chances of it being accurate are very very slim. But still, he's a very level headed kid and certainly just wants to fit in and just wants to be a good teammate and that kind of stuff. I just think he's doing an exceptional job but he has been great for us. He's brought a lot of good attention and a lot of good will to our university thus far."
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