Kentucky freshman Julius Randle and Oklahoma State sophomore Marcus Smart put on a show earlier this week, going head-to-head in an impromptu dunk-off in Arlington, Texas. To say that both were impressive would be an understatement.
Luckily, BallisLife South snagged a video of the showdown — take a look:
Both of these guys are predicted as lottery picks in the 2014 NBA Draft...
Tweet Oklahoma State’s Marcus Smart would have been a lottery pick in the 2013 NBA Draft had he not elected to return to school. Similarly, Kentucky freshman Julius Randle is expected to be in the lottery of the 2014 NBA Draft, along with Smart. The two college hoops stars were present at an open gym […]
Marcus Smart returned home from the USA Basketball minicamp this week. Smart didn’t log any minutes in Team USA’s Blue-White scrimmage, but he’s bringing home a newfound confidence in his abilities and intentions to compete at the pro level."I don't feel that far removed from them," Smart said of competing against the likes of Kyrie Irving and Damian Lillard....
TOO COOL FOR SCHOOL
Despite good chances that he would have been a top five pick in 2013, Marcus Smart surprisingly returned to OSU, but this will now likely be his last season in Stillwater.
Oklahoma State’s Markel Brown threw down this incredible two-handed windmill dunk on a fast break against Texas on Saturday night. Needless to say Brown’s dunk should be making an appearance on SportsCenter’s Top Ten. Oklahoma State went on to win 78-65 and Brown had a solid game with 18 points, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 1 steal and 1 block.
A regular alley oop is hard enough to execute. It requires impeccable timing, coordination, and of course the ability to sky above the rim. What Oklahoma State's Markel Brown did on Saturday certainly exceeded those expectations.Seen here is Brown converting an alley oops while contorting his body 360 degrees in the process. Very nice indeed.The Cowboys obliterated visiting Tennessee...
Former Oklahoma State guard Fred Gulley has enrolled at Arkansas and plans to play for the Razorbacks.
Gulley, a Fayetteville, Ark., native, isn't currently a member of the Arkansas basketball team, but he says he has spoken with coach Mike Anderson and he is waiting to be cleared by the NCAA.
Gulley isn't sure whether he would be a walk-on or scholarship player.