Yesterday was the first day of the 2017 NBA playoffs, and three former Kentucky Wildcats suited up for their respective teams. The ex-Cats took home one win and two losses, and one didn’t even get a chance to earn any playing time, but here’s how the three stacked up.
Andrew Harrison, Memphis Grizzlies (111-82 loss to Spurs)
|Â 20||Â 3-6||Â 1-2||Â 3-4||Â 1||Â 1||Â 2||Â 2||Â 0||Â 0||Â 1||Â 2||Â -19||Â 10|
Patrick Patterson, Toronto Raptors (97-83 loss to Bucks)
|Â 16||Â 1-3||Â 1-3||Â 0-0||Â 0||Â 3||Â 3||Â 1||Â 0||Â 0||Â 1||0||Â -3||Â 3|
Patterson from deep in the corner!
— Toronto Raptors (@Raptors) April 15, 2017
Trey Lyles, Utah Jazz (97-95 win over Clippers)
DNP – Coach’s Decision
Here’s today NBA Playoff Schedule:
- Atlanta Hawks at Washington Wizards (John Wall), 1pm ET on TNT
- Portland Trail Blazers at Golden State Warriors, 3:30pm ET on ABC
- Chicago Bulls (Rajon Rondo) at Boston Celtics (James Young) 6pm ET on TNT
- Oklahoma City Thunder (Enes Kanter) at Houston Rockets, 9pm ET on TNT