Devine has career night, first college dunk at Stanford

December 3, 2013

Connor Devine BasketballMost 32-point losses are forgettable, but not this one. Not for Connor Devine of Wasilla.

The freshman at South Dakota State had his best game of the season in the 92-60 loss to Stanford at the Legends Classic in California.

The 6-foot-10 forward set career highs in minutes [21], points [7], rebounds [7] and dunks [1].

He dunked on future NBA prospect Dwight Powell for his first slam in college.

Devine, of Wasilla High fame, is averaging 2 points, 3.6 rebounds and 1 blocked shot in eight games. The former Alaska player of the year has made just two turnovers.