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May 24, 2020

Keion Brooks was patient; Now he steps into a featured role

Alex Weber 4:00pm May 24, 2020 5/24/20

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Keion Brooks Jr. is the rarest commodity in college basketball: a patient five-star. A level-headed former blue-chip recruit with the understanding that top-25 recruiting status is all but a promise to play significant minutes at Kentucky; that Brad Calipari’s chest is a mantra to live by as a hooper in Lexington: “Earned Not Given.” As…

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May 22, 2020

Hamidou Diallo opens up about Ramadan and his faith in Player’s Tribune

Alex Weber 8:00pm May 22, 2020 5/22/20 Comments Disabled

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Hamidou Diallo

For former Kentucky Wildcat Hamidou Diallo, “the month of Ramadan has always been about family. Family and community.” In a self-authored article (which you can find here) posted on the Player’s Tribune, Diallo opened up about his Muslim faith and practicing Ramadan during a global pandemic. Diallo, a second-year member of the Oklahoma City Thunder, is sequestered…

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May 5, 2020

How Ashton Hagans’ decision to return affected Tyrese Maxey

Alex Weber 9:00pm May 5, 2020 5/5/20

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Ashton Hagans

Ashton Hagans is a complicated basketball player, but a disclaimer first: He deserves to be beloved. Dude left e-v-e-r-y-thing on the court and is the best defensive guard to pass through Kentucky in my lifetime. He also exits for the NBA in a world currently befouled by a pandemic. But despite COVID-19, Hagans’ NBA stock…

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April 26, 2020

In a game of pickup basketball, which Wildcat are you?

Alex Weber 8:00pm April 26, 2020 4/26/20

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Ever wondered which Kentucky basketball player you are most similar to? I’m sure those of you who played basketball when you were younger – or still do today – used UK players for inspiration. Now that the coronavirus has shut down parks and taken the nets off of public hoops, we’re all dreaming of the…

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