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Okafor displayed his dominating low-post game and was virtually unguardable. He produced double- figure points (14) and rebounds (10) in only 27 minutes of play. If he gets into optimal physical condition, he can decide his future.
Towns was the only player on the World Team who could score with either hand. Okafor made it difficult for him to score because of his franchise size. He was in foul trouble most of the game so he had to sit and lost some of his aggressiveness.
Towns' future at Kentucky and beyond is extremely bright.
When you look ahead to the college game next season, Okafor should be battle-tested and ready to produce at a high level at Duke.
Towns has all the upside you could ever want in a big man. When you combine his size, shooting skills and impressive basketball instincts -- along with his defensive upside -- he could be really good at Kentucky.
With plenty of hard work and sacrifice in the offseason, they could be two of the better players in college basketball next season.
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