AMES — It took Iowa State’s Lindell Wigginton some time to get used to coming off the bench after his foot injury.
Wigginton’s roommate, Tyrese Haliburton, said the sophomore from Nova Scotia, Canada, was trying to regain his old form all at once when he first came back from the injury.
Iowa State has three players who are wired to score – Wigginton, Marial Shayok and Talen Horton-Tucker.
Prohm has elected to use Haliburton, who is a pass-first player in the starting lineup so he can have another creator on the floor to go along with Shayok and Horton-Tucker’s scoring.
In the last game against Kansas State, Wigginton made five of his six 3-point attempts and scored 23 points.
“When he’s playing well, at a high level and making shots for us – I also think he’s made a really big step this year in getting others involved.
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