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After an entertaining trip to Catlanta, it’s time to get back into the groove. Here are some afternoon notes:
— Despite some confusion, it appears the Harrison Twins will sign their letters of intent later today, along with Kentucky’s three other commitments for the class of 2013. The Harrisons’ father told USA Today’s Jason Jordan that his sons would wait until the spring, but that it doesn’t mean anything, and later this morning, retracted that and said the twins would sign tonight after practice and send the letter to UK in the morning.
— In case you didn’t get enough Dickie V last night, here’s his recap of the game. Try not to read it without Dickie V’s voice in your head. It’s tough.
— Still bummed about last night’s loss? Next year’s epic recruiting class, which CBS predictably ranked #1 in the country, will make it all better.
— What could make it even more epic? One Julius Randle, who posted his latest blog on USA Today’s high school website this afternoon. Despite Dave Telep’s report that he wouldn’t play with the Harrison Twins, Randle says he still talks to Cal and UK’s staff often:
Of course I keep in touch with most of the coaches recruiting me pretty regular. I talk to Coach (John) Calipari from time to time, but I really keep in touch with the assistants like Kenny Payne. He’s my man. Him and Coach O (Orlando Antigua).
I think I probably talk to coaches from Kentucky, Texas and Florida the most.
Keep being his man, Kenny Payne and Coach O.
— Remember the scuffle between DeMarcus Cousins and a Spurs broadcaster last week? DeMarcus is really sorry. He released a statement via his agent’s Twitter this afternoon:
I appreciate the support of the NBA Player’s Association in appeal of my suspension by the NBA. I believe it best to allow the union and my agent, John Greig, to present my position about the situation. Despite believing the penalty unwarranted, I want to apologize to the Sacramento Kings, our fans and especially to my coaches and teammates for this distraction of our goals. As a leader of the team, I have to make the best decisions so my teammates can count on me. I am committed to continued growth and being the best player I can be.
Cousins is finishing up a two-game suspension and will return to the court on Friday.
— On today’s show, Matt was live from I-75 to talk about the Cats’ performance against Duke, some new names in the coaching search and the best place to eat lunch in Chattanooga.