Canadian basketball sensation Andrew Wiggins is spending a relaxing week gearing up for Wednesday's All-American charity game. The teen took part in Easter activities with kids at the Ronald McDonald House Sunday.
Andrew Wiggins spent part of Easter Sunday decorating cookies and hunting for eggs with children at the Ronald McDonald House in Chicago.The Canadian basketball phenom says he relishes the chance to relax with his peers ahead of the McDonald's All-American game on Wednesday.The 18-year-old forward from Vaughan, Ontario headlines the charity game, which brings together the top high schoolers in the U.S.Wiggins goes to school in West Virginia. Wiggins recently claimed the Naismith Trophy as the year's top U.S. high school player. He's expected to go No. 1 in the 2014 NBA draft.