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Wednesday Headlines: The End of Devin Booker’s Historic Run Edition

The Bucks finished out the NBA Finals in Game 6 last night.

NBA: Finals-Milwaukee Bucks at Phoenix Suns Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Devin Booker’s playoff run came to an end last night as the Milwaukee Bucks defeated the Phoenix Suns in Game 6 of the NBA Finals.

The loss ended a great run for Devin Booker in this year’s playoffs, where he became a star helping to lead the Suns to the NBA Finals.

Booker scored 582 points over the Suns’ playoff run, 30th best all-time and the most for a player making their postseason debut.

This Suns team has some good young pieces and should be built to be a threat in the Western Conference, so this probably won’t be the last we see of Booker on the national stage, but this loss certainly has to sting.

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Cole Cubelic thinks UK finishes 2nd in East - KSR

That’d be a great finish.

Stoops talks QB competition - Cats Pause

Stoops isn’t ready to name a starter yet.

JJ Weaver ahead of rehab - Courier Journal

Good news for a guy who could play a huge role this season.

Keaton Upshaw will likely miss most of season - Herald Leader

Awful news for an expected key contributor.

Bryce Young is reportedly nearing $1M in endorsements - ESPN

It pays to be the Alabama QB.

Deion Sanders leaves press conference - Bleacher Report

The reporters aren't on a first name basis with him.

Ed Orgeron’s honeymoon is long over - Yahoo

Things could be interesting when LSU comes to Lexington this fall.

Could the Rockets or Kings be options for Lillard? - CBS

That would be a bit of a surprise.