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Sources Say Podcast Ep. 76: Oscar Tshiebwe commits to KENTUCKY; UK crushes UF

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KSR’s Jack Pilgrim is joined by Shawn Smith of Go Big Blue Country for episode 76 of the Sources Say Podcast to discuss Oscar Tshiebwe’s commitment to Kentucky and UK’s blowout victory over Florida in Gainesville.

The Sources Say crew starts the show by breaking down Tshiebwe’s addition and what it means for the Kentucky basketball program.

  • What is Kentucky getting in Oscar Tshiebwe?
  • How did the commitment come to fruition?
  • Why did the former five-star center leave West Virginia?
  • Addressing Bob Huggins’ comments regarding his departure
  • UK’s frontcourt for 2021-22 is nearly set

Then, Pilgrim and Smith discuss Kentucky’s blowout win at Florida and the team’s 3-0 start to conference play.

  • Keion Brooks Jr. returns with a vengeance
  • Impressive point guard play
  • BJ Boston has his best game as a Wildcat
  • Is UK flipping the script on the season?
  • A massive opportunity Tuesday evening

Listen to the episode in its entirety below:

Missed our previous episode breaking down Keion Brooks Jr.’s return to the lineup? You can find it, along with all past and future episodes, by subscribing to the official Sources Say Podcast feed on iTunes right here. 

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Article written by Jack Pilgrim

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1 Comment for Sources Say Podcast Ep. 76: Oscar Tshiebwe commits to KENTUCKY; UK crushes UF



  1. GymRat
    11:00 pm January 10, 2021 Permalink

    I keep reading the front court is “nearly” set. If we’re calling Ware, Toppin, Tshiebwe and Collins locks for the roster, with a likelihood of getting at least one of Jackson or Brooks back, that’s looking like a crowded front court as it is.