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Article written by Maggie Davis

8 responses to “Welcome back, Ashton Hagans”

  1. onlyone

    All the announcers kept saying Jordan Bone was the best point guard in the league, and he is good, but Hagans did much more to help his team than Bone did. Really hope the Cats can keep that intensity up for the rest of the season to make this a special year.

    1. Wade

      Cats had a complete game! Bone is still good!

    2. kentuckybackupplayer

      I bet bone dont get drafted ahead of hagans.

  2. The last sith lord

    Maybe im wrong but i doubt it cause im a sith lord. Ashton looks like he has trouble guarding smaller quicker pgs. Yes he can handle thw big pgs and the avg speed over 6 ft pgs .. But the under 5’11” and cat quick guards give him trouble, trouble trouble. And how is it feb and one is not in shape. If he has trouble with two games in 3 days no way hes ready for the nba. .

  3. bigbluenationmbb

    I know this is totally unrelated to the article but I do think Kentucky will get brooks after he cancelled his official visit to Michigan state today

  4. J. Did
  5. syrin23

    The only thing Hagans does that drives me crazy is kill any chance of a fast break. herro gets the ball and runs full speed down court, and unfortunately gives it to Hagans, who stops, walks it up court, barely passing the half court line in time, and in fact, he didn’t cross in time yesterday. If I were Cal, I would bench any player would stopped a fast break, and who walked the ball up court. Dude is 18 years old, not 50.

    1. J. Did

      This team – by design – does not run the outlet pass in transition and fill the lanes like we prefer.

      But – what they do seems to work.