As first reported by Paul Oren of NWI.com, former Badger guard Kobe King has committed to Valparaiso. King last played for Wisconsin in 2019-20; he left the Badger program after 19 games that...
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Historical. Summary. Biography. After a season-ending knee injury robbed Kobe King from a majority his true freshman season, the La Crosse, Wisconsin native bounced back in 2018-19. King appeared in all 34 games and made his first career start in his redshirt freshman season with the Badgers, averaging 4.2 points, 2.1 rebounds and 19 minutes per game.
After two seasons at Wisconsin, former La Crosse Central High School star Kobe King left the program in the middle of the 2019-20 season. While initially committing to join Nebraska after his...
Kobe King is headed to Valparaiso. According to NWITimes.com, the former Wisconsin basketball star has transferred to the Crusaders to finish his college career. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) King hasn’t played college basketball since early 2020 when he left the Badgers. Now, he’ll try to get back to his old ways with the Badgers.
Nebraska coach Fred Hoiberg announced Friday that Kobe King has decided not to attend Nebraska as the saga surrounding the former Wisconsin guard continues. King left the Badgers in January and ...
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Kobe King’s time playing basketball might be over. The former Wisconsin star abruptly left the Badgers this past season and then transferred to Nebraska. However, he pulled out of the Cornhuskers program before suiting up for a single game. Now, it sounds like he doesn’t intend on getting back to the court anytime soon.
However, if you're a Wisconsin fan .. uh, yikes. This isn't exactly a great view on the program from Kobe King. In case you missed it, King decided to transfer from the program this week and while the timing doesn't make sense he opens up about why. Most notably is that he wanted to wait and play out the season, he thought about transferring twice before, but gutted it out and essentially admitted he couldn't really play another day for Wisconsin.
In 19 games played for Wisconsin (all starts), King averaged 10.0 points, 2.8 rebounds and 1.6 assists in 28.3 minutes per contest. He shot 45.9% from the field.
Wisconsin's Kobe King is shown during the second half of an NCAA college basketball game against Indiana on Dec. 7, 2019, in Madison, Wis. Wisconsin won 84-64. ANDY MANIS, ASSOCIATED PRESS Wisconsin guard Kobe King, left, drives against Ohio State guard Luther Muhammad during an NCAA college basketball game in Columbus, Ohio, Friday, Jan. 3, 2020.