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Kentucky 93, Belmont 80 (Box Score)

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Article written by Drew Franklin

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17 Comments for Kentucky 93, Belmont 80 (Box Score)



  1. jwall
    2:35 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Where was dakari today



  2. schwing
    2:38 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    this is our baseline. twenty minutes max for andrew harrison until he can prove he runs the team better than jarod polson or dominique hawkins.



    • bryan k
      2:47 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

      I AGREE!



  3. Rei
    2:40 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Matt was wrong again. Name anything that guy has been correct about this season? He’s batting .000 in football and basketball now.



  4. matt jenius gones
    2:51 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    wow. so right about willis. what a performance! would have never been trailing if he had more first half minutes. this site and it’s “inside info/blind guessing” is moronic.



    • Willis is unstoppable!
      2:54 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

      We’ll said.



    • Moronic response from you
      4:57 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

      He played a whopping 3 minutes. Which isn’t time to get anything done. Even then he had an easy offensive put back that he missed. But he was there on the offensive boards and should have gotten credit for another rebound. Then he went down right after that and got the defensive rebound. Then he comes out never to return.
      And you misspelled genius, genius.



  5. Willis is unstoppable!
    2:54 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Dakari would have zero chance guarding anyone they had. That’d why he didn’t play.



  6. Disgusted
    2:55 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Andrew’s stat line is pathetic. He was supposed to be a lottery pick? Who in the world evaluates this talent? Jeez.



  7. Troy
    3:10 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Yet another game where our team of elite athletes had almost no fast break points, and the team of undersized lesser athletes had a bunch. This team isn’t going anywhere this year with Andrew Harrison at point.



  8. Oohlala
    3:10 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Pooythress is playing hustle right now. Hes trying to make all the plays everyone else is giving up on. If he keeps it up, gel time could be real soon. He has been a quiet difference maker in games.



  9. Boogie
    3:10 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    I’m trying to be patient but Andrew Harrison is not very good. He has not even had a couple minute stretches of playing good. It’s constantly bad point guard play every single game. It’s a shock we have only lost 3 games. Dominique Hawkins should be starting.



  10. Troy
    3:12 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    And what happened to James Young? He was basically a no show.



  11. Wampus Cat
    3:20 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    I’m glad I took Belmont to cover, easy money.



  12. Disappear
    5:02 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    So Polson has a good game which means he won’t play anymore. He did the same thing last season. Has a monster first game then we don’t see him for weeks. Finally gets in and plays very well again, then back to the pine for weeks. What’s it going to take for Cal to have more faith in him. Should he dress up in black face and pay someone to act like they are an NBA scout at the game to watch him?



  13. Cayts
    7:08 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    0 assists for Andrew & 2 steals total. Stats that do not bode well at all…



  14. bigblueincincy
    9:19 pm December 21, 2013 Permalink

    Polson was not the answer last year and isn’t the answer this year. I do like Hawkins, he hustles but I still believe in Harrison, he has the talent and the size to be an outstanding point guard. He just needs to get his head straight and he’ll be fine.