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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.

Gonzaga’s Chet Holmgren helps USA to easy win at U19 tournament

Gonzaga freshman Chet Holmgren produced another efficient effort as the U.S. cruised to another lopsided win at the FIBA U19 World Cup. Holmgren and five teammates scored in double figures in a 100-52 blowout over Mali on Sunday in Riga, Latvia.

Gonzaga’s Jorge Sanz hopes he won’t be sidelined from assisting Spain at World Cup

Gonzaga director of basketball operations Jorge Sanz’s summer was unfolding as planned, until a few days ago. Sanz has spent the better part of three weeks as an assistant coach on Spain’s U19 team. Now, with Spain scheduled to leave Wednesday for Riga, Latvia, and the start of the FIBA U19 World Cup just days away, Sanz is in a Spanish hospital bed battling tonsillitis.

Gonzaga in mix for Florida transfer Andrew Nembhard

Gonzaga, a finalist for Andrew Nembhard a few years ago, appears to be a finalist again for the University of Florida transfer. GU, Duke and USC are the leading candidates for the talented point guard.