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Former Gonzaga standout Domantas Sabonis delivers everything but season-opening win for Pacers

Domantas Sabonis did just about everything for the Indiana Pacers but deliver a win in Wednesday’s season opener. The sixth-year pro and two-time All-Star connected on his first six shots, scored 33 points – threatening his career high of 36 – and grabbed a game-high 15 rebounds. About the only thing that didn’t go right for the former Gonzaga standout was his off-balance 14-footer that bounced off the rim at the buzzer as Charlotte rallied past the Pacers 123-122.

Gonzaga’s Jalen Suggs heading to Orlando, Corey Kispert joining Rui Hachimura in Washington

Most analysts had Jalen Suggs going to Toronto but the Raptors threw a wrinkle into Thursday’s NBA Draft by taking Florida State’s Scottie Barnes with the fourth pick. Suggs waited a few minutes longer before hugging family members after being selected by Orlando at No. 5. He’s the second-highest pick in Gonzaga history behind Adam Morrison, who went third to Charlotte in 2006.

Former Gonzaga standouts Jalen Suggs, Corey Kispert receive green room invites to NBA draft

Former Gonzaga standouts Jalen Suggs and Corey Kispert have received green room invitations at the NBA draft. It’s another strong indication that Suggs, likely to be selected in the top four, and Kispert, projected by many as a lottery pick (top 14), won’t have to wait long before hearing their names called July 29 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.

Gonzaga’s Corey Kispert receives Division I-AAA academic honors

Gonzaga’s Corey Kispert has been named to the Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association (D1-AAA ADA) Scholar-Athlete team for the second straight year. Kispert also is a recipient of a postgraduate scholarship from the D1-AAA ADA worth $5,000 toward his postgraduate studies.