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The KHSAA is baller blockin’


It’s time to answer the age-old KSR question, “Is there any news on Patterson or Lucas???” Yes, my friends. Yes, there is. Kind of.

John Lucas, father of KSR legend Jai Lucas, is hosting his Second Annual John Lucas Midwest Invitational in Louisville on October 8th and 9th. The camp will feature some of the nation’s best players from the 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 classes. Media and scouting services from all over the country will be attending this invitation-only event, so it is great exposure for all of the participants.

So why is’s Evan Daniels so upset, you ask?

Because the KHSAA banned the homegrown Kentucky boys from attending the camp. Seven players from across the state were invited to Lucas’s elite event but the KHSAA says they are not allowed to participate because of a rule saying high school players can’t play in fall exposure events.

It’s robbing those seven in-state kids of invaluable exposure and Evan Daniels isn’t happy about it.

They’re baller blockin’.

Article written by Drew Franklin

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

5 Comments for The KHSAA is baller blockin’

  1. Jai Lucas
    12:26 pm September 27, 2011 Permalink

    I wish I could “stunt like my daddy”

  2. ebell55
    12:52 pm September 27, 2011 Permalink

    When Cash Money was Cash Money!!! Why they baller blocking on Joker?!?! Give the man time!!!

  3. Al's IndiCats
    1:16 pm September 27, 2011 Permalink

    KHSAA is the equivalent of IHSAA. These (IHSAA) numbskulls will not let a travel team consist of no more than 4 players of their high school team. Sounds like they’re both clones of the dirty filthy NCAA

  4. william
    2:35 pm September 27, 2011 Permalink

    is it because most of the kids are from jefferson county?

  5. Jeff
    9:07 pm September 28, 2011 Permalink

    Not good for those kids, especially because the competition to the top is tough, and not many settings you can compete against the best for all to see. Jackson Davis, DeAngelo Russell and Quinten Snider have chances to make McDonalds in 3 years, doesn’t help them establish themselves. Out dated rule needs to be changed for the kids best interest