He’ll need to be vocal leader in order to succeed in the NBA
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In his sophomore season at Vanderbilt, Wade Baldwin averaged 14.1 points, 5.2 assists and 4.0 rebounds.
When Wade Baldwin first showed up at Vanderbilt as a freshman in 2014, he was a little like a wild stallion, and former Commodore coach Kevin Stallings was a little like a cowboy trying to break him … but not too much. Baldwin, the son of DEA and FBI agents, came equipped with a level of aggression and competitiveness that Stallings didn’t want to go away, but Baldwin also had his own way of doing things that didn’t particularly mesh with his coach’s system.
At one point, Stallings opined privately that Baldwin, a 6-foot-4 point guard, was the least impressive of a heralded group of freshmen that also included a four-star point guard, Shelton Mitchell, who began the 2014-15 season as Vanderbilt’s starter. But then Mitchell suffered a concussion and was sidelined for six games, Baldwin replaced him, and a potential NBA lottery pick was unleashed.
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