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Devin Booker Adds Another Feather To His Cap


The star-making season continues for Devin Booker. The Suns are currently taking on the Mavericks, and in the midst of that game, Book managed enough points to put him in a rarified air:

Now, I’m not saying that Devin Booker is the next Kobe Bryant. But I’m not not saying it.


Article written by Jay Winkler

Avid fan of UK Athletics, WWE, and chicken wings. Preferably at the same time.

14 responses to “Devin Booker Adds Another Feather To His Cap”

  1. syrin23

    Dude is shooting 42%. Jordan shot 50%, Kobe 44%

  2. Luether

    Way to go, Book…

  3. jim tom

    All about the NBA ain’t it

    1. catsarerunnin

      The return of Billy Bob…

    2. jim tom

      Just speakin the truth

    3. jim tom

      Keep on drinking the kool aid brother.

    4. bhb71

      If enjoying watching kids that went to my alma mater go out, make millions, and become Hall of Famers is “drinking the kool aid,” then you’re damn right I am.

  4. TBW3011

    I’ll say he’s not. Pump the brakes.

  5. UKantstopus

    Congrats to him, the real BBN is proud of u!!

  6. Showstopper78

    Would be nice if all these high draft picks and great players in the NBA correlated to UK winning more national titles. Love Cal and how he is coaching and recruiting it just stings when teams like UNC cheat their way to titles and actually keep some of their great players. Hopefully the next few seasons we will have the opportunity to bring home a few titles before some of the other schools bypass us.

    1. catsarerunnin

      Yeah because winning a few titles in a few years is certainly doable….

    2. jim tom

      10-4. Ain’t happening with reloading roster every single year period

    3. catsarerunnin

      Yes there isn’t a banner from 2012.

  7. dballrb

    Nope,gonna take some guys coming back,new blood,homegrown players..That ’14-’15 team will most likely never be duplicated,but the end result will.