In the spirt of the Olympic games, Sacha Killeya-Jones went skating last night on Arkansas’ final play of the first half, in which the Razorbacks tied the game on a three-pointer.
Killeya-Jones got caught on a switch that left him on an island trying to defend Daryl Macon, who snapped Killeya-Jones’ ankles with a crossover before draining the shot.
After the game, John Calipari took full responsibility for the mismatch that led to the ankle-breaking.
“I made a mistake,” Cal admitted. “I said switch. As soon as I saw it coming, I said, ‘Why did I do that?’ and poor Sacha got stuck up there and there’s no way he could play him.”