No, not the fifth of November–the 31st of December (2010 to be exact.)
Josh Harrellson posted these photos on his Instagram page, reminiscing on the breakout game of his career against the #22 Louisville Cardinals in the
Default Center KFC Yum Center, scoring 23 points and snagging 14 rebounds in a 78-63 win.
In the year of the “Free Enes” movement, Josh Harrellson showed the Commonwealth that he could be a legitimate weapon for a Kentucky team transitioning from its first season under John Calipari. Although it was a rocky road through SEC play for Cal’s sophomore season, an Enes-free Final Four finish was more than BBN could have ever anticipated.
And it all started here–in what has become the greatest rivalry (yea, I said it) in college basketball.