Andrew Wiggins eats it up at McDonald's All American game

Jabari Parker drives against Andrew Wiggins during last night's McDonald's All American game in...

Jabari Parker drives against Andrew Wiggins during last night's McDonald's All American game in Chicago. (GETTY IMAGES)

RYAN WOLSTAT, QMI Agency

, Last Updated: 12:55 AM ET

On Wednesday night, Andrew Wiggins became the ninth Canadian to suit up for the star-laden McDonald’s All-American game.

He said he came into the contest eager to become the first of those Canucks to win game MVP honours in front of 15,818 fans at the United Center, but afterward, it seemed that wasn’t as big a deal to him as it first seemed.

“I think I played pretty good, (but) it was an all-star game, so I’m just happy to be here,” Wiggins said.

But Aaron Gordon stole the show as he did all week.

Gordon made a splashy announcement at media day saying he had picked Arizona, than dropped 24 points and eight rebounds on Wednesday in a high-flying, Blake Griffin-esque MVP performance, leading his West team to a 109-99 win over Wiggins’ East.

Wiggins scored 19 and added four rebounds, but, like usual, Wiggins didn’t try to do too much, or force anything. He was calm, collected and just going with the flow. Most of the players in this run-and-gun all-star c


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