Four members from that Kentucky team that went 38-1 were drafted among the top 13 in the NBA's 2015 draft.

Two of those former teammates -- Karl-Anthony Towns and Devin Booker -- will play at Target Center tonight.

The first overall pick that June, Towns is the 7-foot center who probably revolutionize his position before he's all done playing.

Booker is the gifted shooter whose already has left everybody asking why he lasted until the 13th pick.

"I've always said he is an extreme talent who was just a steal in our draft," Towns said.

Willie Cauley-Stein (sixth by Sacramento) and Trey Lyles (12th by Utah) were the other two Wildcats taken among the top-13 picks in that draft.

UK coach John Calipari insisted Towns prove himself to NBA scout by playing almost exclusively underneath the basket during Towns' one collegiate season.

But Booker knows the three-point shooter Towns was before he arrived in Lexington and after he left.

"It didn't surprise me," Booker said about Towns' three-point range. "I think it's surprising a lot of people, but I spent countless hours with him in the gym. I know what he's capable of."

The Wolves 7-19 after losing Saturday's heartbreaker to Houston, a game they had won many times over but lost in overtime.

The Suns are 8-19 and finishing up a quick two-game trip that started with Saturday's 114-101 loss at Oklahoma City.