Devin Booker's 3 best college games with Kentucky

March Madness is in full swing, so what better time to look back on Devin Booker's college career to pick out his three best games for Kentucky.
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Nov. 23, 2014, Kentucky vs. Montana State

In his college career, Booker served as the sparkplug off the bench. Playing behind sophomore twins, Aaron Harrison and Andrew Harrison, the shooting guard from Michigan had the reins to take over the game. As an offensive-driven player, head coach John Calipari allowed the young star to explore the game on his own.

During their fifth game of the season, the then-freshman guard had a blast playing off the bench. Booker played for 17 minutes in a win against Montana State where he set a season-high, 18 points. He wasn't just effective on the offensive side of the floor as he had three steals during the game. 

What's impressive about this game was that Booker led the team in scoring. There were only three players who scored more than ten points, but they still managed to get the win.