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Ashton Hagans still day-to-day with sprained ankle

As expected, we didn’t get much of an update on Ashton Hagans’ ankle in today’s press conference. Joel Justus subbed in for John Calipari and said the sophomore point guard remains “day-to-day” after suffering a lower left ankle sprain in Saturday’s game vs. Missouri.

“I think it’s day-to-day and we had a very cerebral day yesterday after the game that we played Saturday. We came back and watched film like we always do and had more of a scripted walk-through day. We’ll see where he is today but I think for us, I think it’s day-to-day and at this time in the season, everybody’s starting to get a little banged up so that’s not any different than any of the other 13 guys on our roster.”

John Calipari typically does not allow players to play in a game unless they practice the day before. Justus said he’s sure Hagans will want to practice today, but that’s up to the medical staff.

“I don’t know. I imagine he will but you never know with what the medical folks say but I know our guys love to practice and I think that’s why our team is getting better. I think they’re going to be wanting to practice as much as they can, just like they want to play.”

I guess we’ll find out tomorrow night.

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5 Comments for Ashton Hagans still day-to-day with sprained ankle



  1. CJKAssassin123
    12:57 pm January 6, 2020 Permalink

    Hagan’s is probably going to be out for the Georgia game. Might be a trap game for Kentucky without Hagans’s defensive ability on the floor we will see. He would be guarding Edwards if he plays.If Hagans doesn’t play, then fully expect Anthony Edwards to light UK on fire from the perimeter and from behind the arc all game long.



    • CJKAssassin123
      1:00 pm January 6, 2020 Permalink

      I expect Edwards to light us up regardless. However it won’t be as extensive if Hagans plays.



    • IheartRex
      5:23 pm January 6, 2020 Permalink

      If he plays Maxey will guard Edwards and Hagans guards Wheeler as he is their primary ball handler.



  2. Skooms
    2:45 pm January 6, 2020 Permalink

    Edwards has been good, but he hasn’t been lighting up anyone since they played MSU early last month. Of course this is a home game against UK so all bets are off.



    • IheartRex
      5:22 pm January 6, 2020 Permalink

      If he plays Maxey will guard Edwards and Hagans guards Wheeler as he is their primary ball handler.