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Kentucky Basketball Pro Day LIVE BLOG

Photo by Elliott Hess | UK Athletics

Photo by Elliott Hess | UK Athletics

The Kentucky basketball team is about to take the floor for its annual Pro Day, where all 30 NBA teams are in attendance at the Joe Craft Center to get their first look at the 2019-20 Wildcats.

There, the Kentucky players will participate in a 3/4-court sprint drill, jump testing, shuttle runs and lane agility, full-court drills, a 4-on-4 scrimmage, and a 5-on-5 scrimmage.

The event is being broadcast LIVE on the SEC Network starting right now, and the KSR crew is here to give you all the updates you need throughout the evening.

Follow along with our Live Blog below:

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8 Comments for Kentucky Basketball Pro Day LIVE BLOG

  1. mashman 93
    6:10 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

    I wonder how Devin Askew’s visit went? Cade is the man but Devin is one hell of a basketball player and UK would be lucky to get him. GO BIG BLUE!!!!

  2. CrystalBall
    6:12 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

    Couldn’t they trade Jimmy Dykes for a used donkey?

  3. Bluehender
    6:34 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

    Zadarius Smith and the Packers are kicking the Cowboys butts.

    • mashman 93
      7:57 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

      I saw that as well and it’s a concern no doubt. Didn’t Cal and the staff work with Murray and Herro on their shooting stroke? Release point and such.

    • mashman 93
      8:47 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

      Sorry posted under the wrong person

  4. RealCatsFan
    7:46 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

    One takeaway I had is that Hagans and Maxey both need work on their shooting form. They catch the ball and then go down with it and back up into their shooting motion instead of just going up with it for the shot. Gives the defender time to close out on them. Also, release point is too low – just asking to get their shot blocked. Why hasn’t someone worked with high level guards like this to correct this?

    • nocode96
      8:24 pm October 6, 2019 Permalink

      Shits aren’t that easy to fix bro. Ask Markell Fultz or MKG. However, I’m sure that if you noticed it, one of the highly paid members of our hof coach’s staff did too and they’re working on it. We don’t need Hagans to pop a bunch of 3’s and Maxey has been consistently named as one of the best scorers and shooters in his class for years now, so it’s likely not that bad.