Originally written on Bearcats Blog  |  Last updated 11/19/14
How did Sean Kilpatrick spend his weekend is a question that most of us have never really had in our lives. Sometimes we have a pretty good idea of what he did because UC plays basketball. Sometimes people see him out in public, tweet about seeing Sean Kilpatrick and that's another glimpse into his life. Other times we can assume he's asleep because he probably sleeps a little bit each day. He is a human. Is this the worst first paragraph in Bearcats Blog history? It might not be because it could lead one to believe that Sean Kilpatrick did something interesting this weekend. He did and that's the point of this post. Sean was one of the counselors at the Adidas nations this weekend. Here's the list of the other counselors, most of who come from Adidas sponsored schools, naturally. adidas Nations Counselors Player Pos. Height College School Year Team Jordan Adams G 6’5” UCLA Sophomore USA 2014 Red Kyle Anderson G/F 6’8” UCLA Sophomore USA 2014 Red Isaiah Austin F 7’0” Baylor Sophomore USA 2014 Red Ryan Boatright PG 6’0” UCONN Junior USA 2014 Red Alec Brown C 7’1” Wisconsin Green Bay Senior USA 2014 Red Jahii Carson PG 5’11” Arizona State Sophomore Russia Spencer Dinwiddie G 6’6” Colorado Junior Russia Fuquan Edwin G 6’6” Seton Hall Senior Russia Perry Ellis F 6’8” Kansas Sophomore Africa Joel Embid F 6’11” Kansas Freshman Africa Jerian Grant G 6’5” Notre Dame Junior Africa Montrezl Harrell F 6’8” Louisville Sophomore Africa Andre Hollins PG 6’1” Minnesota Junior USA 2014 Blue Cory Jefferson F 6’9” Baylor Senior USA 2014 Blue Chris Jones PG 5’9” Louisville Junior USA 2014 Blue Sean Kilpatrick G 6’4” Cincinnati Junior USA 2014 Blue Javon MCrea F 6’8” Buffalo Junior Australia LeBryan Nash F 6’7” Oklahoma State Junior Australia Tony Parker F 6’9” UCLA Sophomore Australia Norman Powell G 6’4” UCLA Junior Asia Cameron Ridley F 6’10” Texas Sophomore Asia Wayne Seldon G/F 6’5” Kansas Freshman Asia Will Sheehey G 6’7” Indiana Senior USA 2015 Red Russ Smith PG 5’10” Louisville Senior USA 2015 Red Kaleb Tarczewski C 7’0” Arizona Sophomore USA 2015 Red Bernard Thompson G 6’3” Florida Gulf Coast Junior USA 2015 Blue TJ Warren F 6’8” NC State Sophomore USA 2015 Blue David Wear F 6’9” UCLA Senior USA 2015 Blue Travis Wear F 6’9” UCLA Senior Latin America Chaz Williams PG 5’9” U Mass Senior Latin America Jamil Wilson F 6’7” Marquette Senior Latin America A lot of UCLA guys because it was in California. The counselors played games as well. Not televised of course. If you saw news that Will Sheehey and Montrezl Harrell were injured this weekend, this is where it came from. Luckily for all of us, SK didn't battle injury and he didn't end up a loser. From his instagram: Congrats to them for their winning whatever they won. The real question is this, is it weird to post instagram pictures? I've seen other people do it, but I don't know, felt a little weird. It wasn't a personal picture though, so I guess it's cool? This is a debate that could be solved somewhere else other than this post. Or if Sean Kilpatrick asked me to pull the picture. Then it would solve it easily. Anyway, playing basketball and counseling other basketball players is what Sean Kilpatrick did this weekend.
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