Andrew Wiggins, Jabari Parker... you have LeBron James' attention.
With the two freshmen taking center stage as Kansas and Duke squared off in the Champions Classic in Chicago on Tuesday night, the four-time NBA MVP let everyone know he was watching -- and so were NBA general managers.
GM's wish the draft was tomorrow
— LeBron James (@KingJames) November 13, 2013
As any NBA scout could attest, Parker and Wiggins weren't the only potential one-and-done stars on display in Chicago. In the opener of the Champions Classic doubleheader, Kentucky freshman Julius Randle put on a show of his own. Although No. 2 Michigan State upset No. 1 Kentucky, Randle powered his way to 27 points and 13 rebounds.