Sons Quinton Chievous (left) and Devin Booker decided not to follow in their fathers’ footsteps. Both elders played for Mizzou; Chievous’ Hampton team and Booker’s Kentucky squad square off Thursday night in Louisville, Ky.
Sons Quinton Chievous (left) and Devin Booker decided not to follow in their fathers’ footsteps. Both elders played for Mizzou; Chievous’ Hampton team and Booker’s Kentucky squad square off Thursday night in Louisville, Ky. The Associated Press
Sons Quinton Chievous (left) and Devin Booker decided not to follow in their fathers’ footsteps. Both elders played for Mizzou; Chievous’ Hampton team and Booker’s Kentucky squad square off Thursday night in Louisville, Ky. The Associated Press

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