Kyle Wiltjer: Leading With Humor

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 10/01/2012 7:35 pm
Being a UK basketball star is hard work.

But for sophomore forward Kyle Wiltjer, it doesn't consume enough of his time or leave him dog tired.

So he thought about getting an off-season gig at the mall with Anthony Davis' sister.  Things didn't pan out.

He's a funny young man.  An outgoing personality and a knack for being creative.

Last season, he formed the WBA and produced several big hits on the web for Solid Blue fans.

But he didn't know just how many hits the videos would get.

They got so many, that Wiltjer is expected to put out another crop for his second season with the Cats.  This time, with "The Goonies."

Check out the video to see what Wiltjer's up to this year and what will be expected of the sophomore...not to mention Cal's thoughts on the internet sensation Wiltjer has become.
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