Hungry Jack's NBL
After averaging 11.24 minutes on the floor during his rookie season, Tamuri Wigness is back for another campaign in blue and gold.
Wigness is a highly touted prospect of the future, who has experience playing in the NBA Global Academy across three years.
During NBA All-Star weekend, Wigness has also appeared at Basketball Without Borders Global Camps on two occasions. In 2019, the guard was named in the All-Tournament side.
Having also played for Australia at junior levels, the 19-year-old is definitely a player to watch this season as he continues to develop his game.
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