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Devin Booker’s 70-point game jersey placed in Hall of Fame


While the Kentucky Wildcats were busy knocking Lonzo Ball and the UCLA Bruins out of the NCAA Tournament, Devin Booker dropped 70-points in a single game for the Phoenix Suns.

Booker’s scoring display was just the 7th 70-point game in the history of the NBA, and the first since Kobe Bryant scored 81 points in a game in 2006.

The former Cat is the only active NBA player with 70 points in a game.

This afternoon, the Basketball Hall of Fame decided it was necessary to place Booker’s historic game-worn jersey on display for the world to see:

Karl-Anthony Towns also commented on his former teammate’s major accomplishment:

Once again, congratulations to Devin Booker on the historic feat.

Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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1 Comment for Devin Booker’s 70-point game jersey placed in Hall of Fame

  1. Bleedblueky
    7:08 am April 5, 2017 Permalink

    Could we ask our KSR Photoshop Master Drew Franklin to put Fox’s hairdo on some celebrities (especially Matt 🙂 PLEASE?