A top 2021 Wisconsin basketball target pushes back his commitment date

Elwanda Tulloch



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Just days after 2021 Wisconsin target James Graham announced his top four schools, the small forward has decided to push back his commitment date from yesterday until this Friday.

The final four consists of Auburn, Maryland, Memphis, and Wisconsin. Although Maryland and Auburn seem to be in the drivers seat, with a number of 247Sports insiders projecting Graham to the Terrapins, pushing back his commitment date further opens the door.

“I just want to make sure I find the right spot for me and I feel I need a little bit more time,” Graham told Brian Snow of 247Sports. 

Whoever lands the Wisconsin native is

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New York Jets tight end Chris Herndon models the team's new NFL football uniforms, Thursday, April 4, 2019, in New York. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez)

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Kids love their playtime, especially playing outdoors. It’s that time when they can play with their friends and make new ones. While it gives them their daily dose of fun, neighborhood games are the best way to help kids build some team spirit. At Target, we have a wide collection of games that encourage kids to go out and play. Here, they get to explore different games such as pickleball, horseshoes, cornhole, bean bag toss, hacky sack and tether ball. Wait, the list doesn’t end there. We have lawn games too such as ladder ball, lawn darts and lawn bowling. Let your kids have fun in the sun with a game of hopscotch or jump around the curb on pogo sticks, which improves their balance and coordination. We also have games for little kids that have easy-to-understand instructions to keep them engaged for long hours of play. If your kid

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