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It’s almost time for Gilgeous-Alexander’s announcement


Kentucky is on the verge of losing its second hyphenated name of the day.

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander will soon declare his intentions to hire an agent and enter the NBA draft, thus ending his time as a Wildcat. UK’s All-SEC point guard is set to announce his decision in the 6 pm edition of SportsCenter on ESPN right now.

Shai’s appearance is expected to be around 6:45 pm ET.

I know nobody watches SportsCenter anymore, but this is a pretty good reason to tune in.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

8 responses to “It’s almost time for Gilgeous-Alexander’s announcement”

  1. CatstopWontstop

    The kid is going to the NBA. Good luck to him.

    Sorry I spoiled it for all of you…

  2. Ridge Runner

    Not real excited to tune in for a guy leaving us announcement…
    🙁

  3. Smyrna_Cat

    The BBN … where only mind-readers are allowed.

  4. Jpcat15

    Don’t get holding a staged event. Just let your coach know or send a tweet. I feel the same way about recruits picking their school. Just seems like the “look at me culture “ keeps growing. Call me old school, I guess.

    1. BBNDan7

      Or it’s called “they’ve worked hard for this, let them have their moment”

  5. Not Dan Issel

    Update: He just announced. Entering the draft and hiring an agent.

  6. katmandue2you

    Gotta disagree Drew. Not really a good reason to tune in to sportscenter. Nothing against Shai specifically but these announcements (commitments and departures) are the boringest most overrated 5 minutes of sports programming ever produced. ENOUGH ALREADY!!!!! If they wanna do something worthwhile come on a local radio show, spend 30 minutes, discuss your your decision and take a few calls.

    1. BBNDan7

      Good thing it’s not your future then