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Devin Booker commits to Kentucky
Devin Booker is headed to Kentucky. The 6-5 shooting guard announced for the Wildcats at Moss Point (MS) High School. He also considered Missouri, his...

World Select Team Scrimmage at Nike Hoop Summit
Here is an inside look at the World Select Team scrimmage that occurred during last night’s practice session. The scrimmage format was four 10 minute...

Video: Andrew Wiggins, Karl Towns impromptu three point contest at 2013 Hoop Summit
Andrew Wiggins and Karl Towns traded threes in an impromptu shooting contest after the World Select Team practice at the 2013 Hoop Summit in Portland...

Scout.com Updated 2015 Basketball Recruit Rankings
When Karl Towns opted to reclassify to the 2014 class in early December, Diamond Stone moved his way to the No. 1 spot in the...

Forward Ben Simmons moves to U.S. from Australia; No. 1 in 2015?
Of course, the subtext to the move is the question of where Simmons falls in the class of 2015 rankings. Former No. 1 prospect Karl...

Karl Towns to Announce December 4th
Karl Towns won’t step onto a college campus until the fall of 2015, but he apparently knows which college campus that will be. The 6-foot-11...

Karl Towns has some summer stories to tell
So, what did you do on your summer vacation? Karl Towns played basketball against pros from all over the world, hit a 3-pointer against the...

Kentucky In Strong Position With 6-11 Sophomore Karl Towns
Karl Towns drew a Who’s Who of college coaches to his workout Thursday night at St. Joe’s-Metuchen High School. Kentucky assistant Orlando Antigua, Kansas assistant...

Karl Towns Adds Kentucky Offer to Growing List
Karl Towns has barely been back at St. Joseph-Metuchen High School for a day, and yet the 6-foot-11 sophomore has already got the whole school...

UNC Recruiting Week In Review
News and notes from the past week in UNC basketball and football recruiting:

Basketball

Julius Randle, the top-rated power forward in...

Karl Towns on campaign trail in N.C., Julius Randle cuts list to 10
Politicians aren’t the only high-profile people making the rounds in North Carolina. Prep basketball star Karl Towns has also been in a campaigning mood. Towns...

UNC Recruiting Week in Review, Part I: Basketball
There's just too much recruiting news this week to pack into one article, so we're splitting into two parts. Up first, basketball:

The big...

Karl Towns visits UNC, NC State, Duke
NC State became the latest school to extend an offer to Karl Towns on Thursday. Towns, a 6-foot-11, 235-pound center, is on a trip that...

Karl Towns, top-rated player in 2015 class, to visit UNC Wednesday
According to multiple reports, center Karl Towns (Metuchen, NJ), Scout.com's top-rated player in the 2015 recruiting class, will visit UNC on Wednesday. He will follow...

Scout.com Updated 2015 Top 25 Basketball Recruits
Karl Town leads the way in Scout.com's updated 2015 top 25. Diamond Stone, Thomas Bryant, Ivan Rabb and Mickey Mitchell close out the top five...

Karl Towns: A phenom on and off the court
Karl Towns has the maturity of a 30-year-old-man the way he processes a question and articulates a thoughtful response. Yet at the same time, he...

Phenom Karl Towns has Dirk Nowitzki's game
Karl Towns, a 6-11 power forward, is a 16-year-old with a 24-year-old’s disposition and a 33-year-old’s game. The specific 33-year-old in question: Dirk Nowitzki. That’s...

Karl Towns Impresses His Dominican Teammates
After practice is over, the Dominican team, which is practicing at the University of Kentucky, has some fun. After Cal has left the court, they...

Hoop Group Pittsburgh Jam Fest Recap
Here's a look at some of the standouts from the weekend: Karl Towns, 2015, Sports U 16s: There's a reason Towns is one of the...

PF Karl Towns may be country's top freshman
Karl Towns Jr. may be the most impressive basketball recruit from the state of New Jersey in at least a decade. I saw the likes...

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