A new recruiting strategy for Kentucky Basketball?

JUCO Guard – Mychal Mulder With three top high school commits in the books and a couple of top recruits that have offers from Kentucky to wait on, John Calipari has been showing interest towards another branch of potential players—JUCO. Many junior college stars erupt towards the tail end of their college careers after having developed physically and skilfully; sometimes the...
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April 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Photo: Kentucky Guard Aaron Harrison Writes “AP” And “22″ On His Shoes To Honor Alex Poythress

Kentucky basketball players are going all-out to honor injured big man Alex Poythress, who will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ACL. The squad is wearing “Roar for 22” shirts during warmups today, while sophomore guard Aaron Harrison is doing something more personal. Harrison wrote Poythress’ initials and number on the back of his sneakers for today’s game. ...
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December 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: Kentucky Fan Made T-Shirt Of Aaron Harrison’s Game Winner Against Michigan

Aaron Harrison’s game-winning 3-pointer against Michigan in the NCAA Tournament’s Elite Eight will forever be remembered as one of the greatest shots in Kentucky history.  One Wildcats’ fan wants that memory to live on in the form of a T-shirt.  “@mcb1603: Digging this shirt me and my friend made  @AaronICE2 pic.twitter.com/qUtUYL3MMv” nice!!! — Aaron Harrison (@AaronICE2...
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June 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky shooting guard preview: Aaron Ice 2.0 and Devin Booker

What is the only thing better than one 6-foot-6 shooting guard with an impeccable shooting stroke and an unstoppable ability to score? Two. Kentucky basketball’s opposition will be forced to prepare for the shooting guard duo of sophomore Aaron Harrison and freshman Devin Booker during the 2014-2015 college basketball campaign. The Harrison twins will lead the backcourt for the...
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May 15, 2014  |  Discuss

Harrison Twins awaiting feedback before making NBA Draft decision

  While the Kentucky Wildcats await the decisions of the Harrison twins to go pro or return to school, they are waiting to get feedback from the NBA Draft advisory committee before making any decisions. Aaron Harrison Sr, the father of Andrew and Aaron, told FOX 26 Sports that the family is still waiting for feedback from the NBA before making a decision regarding entering the...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
April 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky basketball 2014: A tribute

Now is not the time to ponder what could have been. Now is the time to reflect, to recollect and to cherish.  Now is the time to remove the emotions of disappointment, anguish and desolation and replace them with adoration, compassion and benevolence. The Kentucky basketball team provided fans with smiles as wide as the bluegrass state and memories more everlasting than life. ...
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April 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky fans naming babies after Aaron Harrison? Believe it.

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Kentucky guard Aaron Harrison laughed at first when told people in Kentucky are naming their babies after him. But apparently it's true. Kentucky beat writer Kyle Tucker of the Louisville Courier-Journal said he's been getting messages from fans claiming they will name their kids after the Wildcats' NCAA tournament hero. "That's really crazy," said Harrison, who...
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April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Kentucky Fans Go Crazy After Aaron Harrison’s Shot, Final Four Win Against Wisconsin

Kentucky beat Wisconsin Saturday night to advance to the national championship game, played Monday against Connecticut.  The Wildcats’ students took to the streets to celebrate the victory. It got a little crazy. Fans viewing the game at a watch party celebrated a little more mildly. It’s still entertaining to watch, though.  The first clip features the reaction to Aaron Harrison’s...
Via College Spun
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Kentucky’s Aaron Harrison Hits Game-Winning 3-Pointer Against Wisconsin

Last Sunday, Aaron Harrison hit a game-winning 3-pointer with less than three seconds left against Michigan, pushing Kentucky into the Final Four.  Tonight, against Wisconsin, Harrison hit a similar shot – okay, almost the same shot. With Kentucky down by one point, Harrison received the ball on the left wing. He paused for a second, and then fired a 3-pointer. It went through...
Via College Spun
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Aaron Harrison knocks down game-winning 3-pointer

Kentucky freshman Aaron Harrison did not score a single point in the first three quarters of his team’s Elite 8 matchup against Michigan on Sunday. It didn’t matter, because the freshman got scorching hot in the fourth quarter and wound up playing the role of hero for the Wildcats. Harrison hit a game-winning 3-pointer with […]
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March 30, 2014  |  Discuss

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