Today On KSR: Booker fouls out, Kentucky Football gets another commit

Nikolas Hall
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[caption id="attachment_357214" align="alignnone" width="1328"] Via Twitter: @nikolashall6[/caption] Good morning and Happy Sunday BBN! Last night’s Game 4 between the Phoenix Suns and the Los Angeles Clippers was a close nail-biter, and another top tackle commits to UK Football.

BOOKER AND SUNS TAKE 3-1 LEAD IN WESTERN CONFERENCE FINALS

Los Angeles Clippers and the Suns faced off in Game 4 of the Western Conference Finals in a low-scoring 84-80 victory for Phoenix as they take a 3-1 over the Kawhi-less Clippers. Devin Booker, who led the team with 25 points while going 0-5 from beyond the arc, watched from the bench after fouling out late in the 4th quarter as Chris Paul and Deandre Ayton closed out Paul George and the Clippers. Both teams shot poorly; neither team could break 20 percent from three, while going a combined 58-169, or 34 percent from the field. https://twitter.com/espn/status/1408997156258725888?s=20 Deandre Ayton grabbed a team-high 22 rebounds to go along with his 19 points and four blocks on 8-14 shooting from the field. In the end, it was Chris Paul who knocked down crucial free throws to keep the Clippers out of range, securing the victory for the Suns, as they are only one more win away from a trip to the NBA Finals. https://twitter.com/statmuse/status/1408997345723764739?s=20

THREE-STAR OT NIKOLAS HALL COMMITS TO KENTUCKY FOOTBALL

2022 3-star guard Nikolas Hall, son of former UK All-American Antonio Hall, has committed to play for Mark Stoops. Hall picked Kentucky over offers from Baylor, Ole Miss, Texas Tech, Arizona State, and others, deciding to follow in his father’s footsteps and committing to Kentucky football. https://twitter.com/nikolashall6/status/1408921250441969667?s=20 Hall is a 6-foot-6, 300-pound offensive tackle prospect out of Austin, Texas ranked as the No. 73 overall tackle in the 2022 recruiting class according to 247Sports, while Rivals has him listed as a 3-star prospect and the No. 65 tackle in the upcoming recruiting class.

KEEP A LOOKOUT FOR MORE O-LINE COMMITS

A slew of offensive lineman commitments can possibly grow even larger, as tackle Ryan Baer mulls his options after naming Kentucky Football in his top five teams. The list has been narrowed down to Pittsburgh, Illinois, Virginia, Michigan State, and Kentucky. Baer is ranked as the 37th overall tackle prospect according to 247Sports and could be another great addition for an offensive line class that already has Kiyaunta Goodwin, Grant Bingham, and now Nikolas Hall committed to play under Vince Marrow and Eric Wolford. https://twitter.com/RyanBaer2003/status/1406963900667604994?s=20 Side note: check out this crazy throw by the Penn State transfer and likely starter for the upcoming 2021 season, Will Levis, throwing an absolute bomb from his knees. https://twitter.com/KySportsRadio/status/1408921618768932868?s=20

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2021-09-18