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Watch Dominique Hawkins and Madison Central Take on Holmes

Still bummed out about last night’s game, or the season as a whole? Then tune into this live stream of possible future Wildcat Dominique Hawkins play against another guard drawing Division I interest, Holmes sophomore James Bolden. We’ve been blessed with an incredible three-year run to start the Calipari era at Kentucky, but this year’s team lacks a number of things that Dominique Hawkins may be able to provide next year and in the years to come. In the short term, Hawkins is possibly an upgrade to the backups we already have and would certainly give the Cats some quality depth next season no matter where he would land on the depth chart. Depending on how the draft goes, depth is something that UK may need. And maybe in a couple of years,¬†Hawkins could even become the Patrick Patterson or Darius Miller that this team is currently lacking. There are a number of big announcements¬†coming up involving some of the nation’s top players, but don’t forget about one that may in the long run be just as important. So stop doing whatever you’re doing at work. Quit filling out those reports, they can wait. Watch Dominique Hawkins play in Rupp Arena right now.

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Article written by John Wilmhoff

Former beer vendor, college mascot and ESPN editor. This spring, you can also find me blogging about the Reds on Follow me on Twitter: @JohnWilmhoff

17 Comments for Watch Dominique Hawkins and Madison Central Take on Holmes

  1. TubbieTypeTalent
    12:02 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    WOW!!!!!……how Xciting, indeed!!!!….”Hawk” v. “Beetle”…..2 more players who very well may end up @ UK, while neither has the talent to be there????!!!!!

    Hmmmm, maybe “KyKoachKal” (the 3-K deignation seems appropo’ for the whyte supremacists who comprise the vast majority of BBN?) can conjure up some way 2get Saul Smith back as his “point-guard-of-the-future”????

  2. NIT
    12:11 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Can you split these posts with the auto video so that you have to click through to see the video? Kind of like TT does with the tweet beat. Put the video player after the “read more…”. These auto video players are annoying!!

  3. BlueInMI
    12:13 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Why is each made basket an instant replay? Kinda hard to watch.

  4. #1
    12:21 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Hey 1.

    You’re an idiot!

  5. UPSCat4080
    12:24 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Am I the only one who gets about 4 different advertisements and then nothing… live feed of anything?

  6. TN Cat
    12:28 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    So which one is Hawkins?

  7. Mattcat68
    12:29 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    My first time seeing Hawkins, so far, not very impressive. This Bolden kid looks very promising though. Great handles.

  8. Bluerupp
    12:46 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    I get the feeling Bowling Green wants us to visit.

  9. bluemister
    12:53 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Just what we need, another guy who can’t make a layup. He is better than Polson, but not much.

  10. UKfan9
    1:05 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    I’ve watched for 5 minutes and these kids have already made more free throws than KY in last 2 games! Not one missed free throw. Wish we could do that.

  11. Hmm
    1:14 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    He is getting good shots, he just isn’t making them.

  12. Brad
    1:16 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Why do they feel the need to switch to the camera under the basket each time there is a shot attempt?? It’s like the person directing this has never seen a basketball broadcast before.

  13. Mattcat68
    1:32 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Hawkins looks very impressive in the second half.

  14. Your Mom
    1:46 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    These refs are terrible.

  15. Big J
    1:48 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Bolden is going to be unreal in two years.

  16. Whoa Nelly
    2:02 pm March 8, 2013 Permalink

    Hawkins gets 31 points and 12 rebounds. What a 2nd half. He only had 7 points at halftime.