The Heat got their act together Tuesday night and polished off the Milwaukee Bucks easily, 118-95. But LeBron James, who scored 33 points in the win after calling out his team’s effort on defense this week, also had time for college hoops before heading to bed.
James tweeted what the collective basketball world was thinking as Andrew Wiggins of Kansas and Jabari Parker of Duke put on a show Tuesday night. Wiggins is expected to go No. 1 in this spring’s NBA draft, and Parker, a highly regarded recruit himself, could also jump to the NBA after one season in what is expected to be the strongest draft in years.
While both players had impressive nights, Wiggins had the upper hand, with his Jayhawks winning 94-83 and the Kansas freshman scoring 22 points, 16 of them in the second half. Parker had 27 points and nine rebounds.
Check out James’ response to the two’s performance in the tweet below.
GM's wish the draft was tomorrow—
LeBron James (@KingJames) November 13, 2013