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2013-2014 Kentucky backcourt preview

The Harrison Twins, Andrew and Aaron, were in action this weekend against Jack Yates High School. The two brothers and future Kentucky Wildcats put on a show. If you’re curious about what the Kentucky backcourt will look like next year, enjoy the highlight reel. You can pick your jaw up off the floor now.

Article written by Ally Tucker

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9 Comments for 2013-2014 Kentucky backcourt preview

  1. njCat
    6:33 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    kids got skills!

  2. ok-cats-computer
    6:42 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    Wow. I know it’s just a highlight video, but these guys look perfect for the dribble drive system. They will have a big stage on which to display their talent next year.

  3. BigBluVein
    6:52 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    Who are these guys?…they seem to be pretty good.

  4. UK_Greg
    7:21 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    I am trying to figure out which one is better. Help me out……

  5. EyeDontNoNuthin
    7:41 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    These guys aren’t human. Calipari has ventured into the realm of androids. There’s a secret lab in the desert where he has them assembled. There’s no NCAA rule against it…yet.

    7:43 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    They will be nasty next year!

  7. Maxps8
    8:48 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    Welcome to KentuckY H-Twins. That #21 for the red team has a scholarship to dewk waiting for him (see :45). Come-on Wiggins. Make it the best class ever. And win a NC in the process.

  8. Not TeamPlayers
    10:26 pm November 18, 2012 Permalink

    Look like gunners to me!

  9. sckysportsink
    7:55 am November 19, 2012 Permalink

    I think a big advantage with these super talented twins is how well they know where the other one is. When they need to get the ball to someone, they seem to know exactly where to throw the pass (often resulting in a good shoot and not just an escape).