Nearly half of the University of Kentucky's basketball team said Thursday they will turn pro, following a season in which they suffered their first loss in the semi-final game of the NCAA tournament five days ago. The seven who said they will enter the NBA draft include three who will be one-and-done with their college careers: center Karl-Anthony Towns, forward Trey Lyles and guard Devin Booker. Also going pro are sophomore guards Aaron Harrison and Andrew Harrison, junior Willie Cauley-Stein and sophomore center Dakani Johnson. Towns is expected to be one of the first chosen in the NBA draft.
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