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Tuesday Headlines: NBA Cats Being Recognized Edition

Quickley, Bam, and Randle have had great seasons.

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A few former Wildcats drew some recognition from ESPN, being named to the Worldwide Leader’s NBA Regular Season awards list.

First up was Immanuel Quickley, being named to the All-Rookie team. Quickley proved a lot of the draft night projections wrong, asserting himself as a key member of the Knicks rotation and often finding himself in the lineup at end of games.

This rookie season should be a good launching pad for Quickley’s career as he looks to earn a more prominent role in the New York rotation.

Next up, Bam Adebayo named Second-Team All-Defense. The numbers speak for themselves. Adebayo is one of the most versatile defenders in the league, and is arguably deserving of being first-team and a contender for DPOY.

And finally, Julius Randle recognized as All NBA Third-Team.

Randle is the league’s most improved player, no question. He’s the catalyst behind New York’s turnaround this season, and arguably deserves MVP votes.

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