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Dakari says he came up with the 36-WON tweet, not Devin

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Right after the game, Devin Booker tweeted “36 and won,” a great take on Daxter Miles’ 36-1 shot at the Cats yesterday. The tweet was a popular topic in the locker room tonight, but Dakari Johnson said he came up with it first.

“Nah! I came up with it,”┬áDakari said, interrupting Booker’s interviews. “I’ll let him take the credit though. I’ll let him take the credit.”

Brother keeping.

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1 Comment for Dakari says he came up with the 36-WON tweet, not Devin

  1. Rixter
    1:51 am March 27, 2015 Permalink

    *Kentucky outscored West Virginia by 22 paint points Thursday. The Mountaineers had more shots in the paint blocked (7) than they made (6). West Virginia’s 12 paint points are tied for the fewest by a team in the 2015 NCAA Tournament.
    Kentucky’s 39-point win matches the largest by any team in Sweet 16 history.
    West Virginia’s 24.1 field goal percentage in their loss Thursday to Kentucky is the lowest ever by any team in a Sweet 16 game.
    *Kentucky outscored West Virginia 25-2 in transition Thursday, the largest differential of the 2015 NCAA Tournament and the second-most transition points for any team in the tournament (North Carolina – 26 vs. Arkansas).