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.
Wisconsin Basketball has seemingly been in shambles, for the moment, given Kobe King’s exit from the program. Here’s a look at why that’s unnecessary ...
12 Wisconsin 16-10. ... 12 Wisconsin, No. 19 Penn State eager for fresh starts.
Nebraska announced Friday that Wisconsin transfer Kobe King will no longer be a part of the program.
Following years of failed development of highly-touted recruits, King is right to want to leave Wisconsin
We wish Kobe King well and a look at the Badgers in The Tournament.
La Crosse Central standout Kobe King was named the 2017 Wisconsin Basketball Coaches Association’s Mr. Basketball, which is given to the state’s top player. Prior to Saturday’s Division 2 State Championship ...
Tyler Herro, who famously de-committed from the University of Wisconsin, criticized the Badgers' system after Kobe King announced he was leaving.
La Crosse Central senior Kobe King entered the WIAA Division 2 state final Saturday averaging 27 points, 8.7 rebounds and 3.2 assists per game.
How is the Kobe King transfer news being viewed throughout NCAA Basketball?