Karl-Anthony Towns was in peak form last night. The former Wildcat scored a career-high 56 points, which is also a Minnesota Timberwolves franchise record. Towns also had 15 rebounds and four assists, and made six 3-pointers.
Towns has bee exceptional, and continues to look like one of the next great big men in the NBA. He has the Timberwolves hanging onto a playoff spot, as they’re currently in eighth place in the Western Conference.
Tweets of the day
Looks like KAT didn't have to worry pic.twitter.com/coiIweazdb— SB Nation (@SBNation) March 29, 2018
NBA career highs for Calipari era Cats:— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) March 29, 2018
Devin Booker - 70
Anthony Davis - 59
DeMarcus Cousins - 56
Karl-Anthony Towns - 56
John Wall - 52
Towns pours in team-record 56 points as Wolves thump Hawks - StarTribune.com
The center broke Mo Williams' previous mark of 52, set in 2015.
Keldon Johnson will be Kentucky's superstar next season | Kentucky Sports Radio
There were times this past year that the Kentucky Wildcats didn't have that "it" factor guy down the stretch. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander slowly became the most consistent player on the team, and Kevin Knox found his way as a dominant scorer, but it took a while to find those identities.
Wall questionable for Pistons game - Bullets Forever
In other words, Wall’s return is imminent!
First Calipari vs. Mack recruiting battle could come sooner than you think | Kentucky Sports Radio
Now that Chris Mack is the head coach at Louisville, which recruits will he and John Calipari tangle over in the years to come? The first could be five-star point guard Ashton Hagans, who decommitted from Georgia last month and is still contemplating a jump to the 2018 class.
Kentucky basketball: father of PJ Washington says 'no rush' to NBA draft - SEC Country
NO RUSH: Paul Washington, father of Kentucky freshman PJ Washington, says there is "no rush" on the NBA. The family aims to make a decision this weekend. A nasty finger injury could be factor. Oh, and Fab Five talk from Dad.
Kentucky basketball: 2018 NBA Draft decision tracker - SEC Country
STAY OR GO? Keep up with the latest news as several Kentucky basketball players make their decisions on the 2018 NBA Draft. Stay or go? We'll follow every update.
Kentucky football faces fascinating challenge with experience at every position except the one that matters most: quarterback - Cats' Pause
Kentucky football faces fascinating challenge with experience at every position except the one that matters most: quarterback
Kemba Walker sets all-time Hornets scoring record | NBA | Sporting News
With a late contested layup Wednesday night against the Cavaliers in front of his home crowd, Kemba Walker passed Dell Curry to become the Hornets’ all-time leading scorer. He now has 9,841 career points.
2018 NBA MVP: LeBron James would vote for himself as league MVP - SBNation.com
He’s having a typically great season ...but is it better than James Harden’s?
Joel Embiid injury: 76ers star exits vs. Knicks with facial contusion - SBNation.com
Embiid ran into Markelle Fultz’s shoulder, then wobbled to the locker room and could soon be tested for concussion-like symptoms.
Giants want at least two No. 1 picks for Odell Beckham Jr.; Rams keep options open - LA Times
A flurry of offseason moves put the Rams in the headlines before the NFL owners meetings began. The blockbuster acquisition of defensive lineman Ndamukong Suh, and speculation about another possible impending one involving New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., kept them there.
The Yankees are the Yankees again — with a more personal enemy | New York Post
Aaron Boone was preparing for the Cubs-Cardinals opener, Giancarlo Stanton was readying for his seventh Opening Day start in right field for the...
Rob Gronkowski has reportedly scored a role in a Hollywood movie alongside Mel Gibson - CBSSports.com
Could this be the beginning of Gronk's aspirations to become a Hollywood action star?