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Wooden Award Top 50 List


The Wooden Award announced their list of the 50 candidates named to the early season watch list on Tuesday, and not surprisingly, Kentucky leads the way with four players on the list. Michigan State, Kansas and Duke have three players each on the list.

Kentucky, Michigan State, Kansas and Duke have a quarter of the Wooden Award’s top 50 list, and they all play at the United Center tonight. Solid lineup, isn’t it?

  • Jordan Adams (UCLA)
  • Kyle Anderson (UCLA)
  • Keith Appling (Michigan State)
  • Isaiah Austin (Baylor)
  • Jahii Carson (Arizona State)
  • Willie Cauley-Stein (Kentucky)
  • Semaj Christon (Xavier)
  • Aaron Craft (Ohio State)
  • Sam Dekker (Wisconsin)
  • Spencer Dinwiddie (Colorado)
  • Cleanthony Early (Wichita State)
  • Joel Embiid (Kansas)
  • C.J. Fair (Syracuse)
  • Aaron Gordon (Arizona)
  • Jerian Grant (Notre Dame)
  • Montrezl Harrel (Louisville)
  • Gary Harris (Michigan State)
  • Joe Harris (Virginia)
  • Andrew Harrison (Kentucky)
  • Tyler Haws (BYU)
  • Andre Hollins (Minnesota)
  • Rodney Hood (Duke)
  • Joe Jackson (Memphis)
  • Cory Jefferson (Baylor)
  • Sean Kilpatrick (Cincinnati)
  • Alex Kirk (New Mexico)
  • James Michael McAdoo (North Carolina)
  • Doug McDermott (Creighton)
  • Mitch McGary (Michigan)
  • Jordan McRae (Tennessee)
  • Shabazz Napier (Connecticut)
  • Kevin Pangos (Gonzaga)
  • Jabari Parker (Duke)
  • Adreian Payne (Michigan State)
  • Elfrid Payton (Lafayette)
  • Dwight Powell (Stanford)
  • Julius Randle (Kentucky)
  • Juvonte Reddic (VCU)
  • Glenn Robinson III (Michigan)
  • LaQuinton Ross (Ohio State)
  • Wayne Selden Jr. (Kansas)
  • Marcus Smart (Oklahoma State)
  • Russ Smith (Louisville)
  • Jarnell Stokes (Tennessee)
  • Rasheed Sulaimon (Duke)
  • Noah Vonleh (Indiana)
  • Dez Wells (Maryland)
  • Andrew Wiggins (Kansas)
  • Kendall Williams (New Mexico)
  • James Young (Kentucky)

VIDEO: Kentucky fans are going to love Malik Monk

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Kentucky commit Malik Monk went bananas this weekend, scoring 46 points in a game on a series of crazy drives, ridiculous jumpers and one off-the-backboard dunk.

Monk is a bit streaky, but when he’s shooting well … I mean, just watch the video above.

POSTERIZED: 7-foot-6 Mamadou Ndiaye dunks on defender without jumping

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Mamadou Ndiaye is one of the most unique players in college basketball.

Because he’s 7-foot-6.

Guys like that don’t come around often, and when they do, they do things like this: posterizing an opponent without having to jump.


[PHOTO: Ndiaye vs. 7-foot-6 Tacko Fall]