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Two Kentucky players make Fox Sports’ Midseason All-American List

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We’re over halfway through with the season, which means the various national media outlets are releasing their midseason awards. Our pal Aaron Torres at Fox Sports released his this morning, and I think you’ll agree with two of his selections. Torres named Malik Monk and De’Aaron Fox Second Team Midseason All-Americans, noting that we probably don’t appreciate Fox as much as we should because his play has been somewhat overshadowed by Monk’s flashy numbers.

“Monk has been a star for the Wildcats and with a 21.4 point-per-game average, he could become the highest-scoring freshman ever to play under John Calipari (which sure is saying something),” Torres writes. “His 47-point performance against North Carolina might go down as the single-best performance anyone has had this entire college hoops season.”

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3 Comments for Two Kentucky players make Fox Sports’ Midseason All-American List



  1. secrick
    12:03 pm January 18, 2017 Permalink

    Fox is the best and most valuable player on our team and i haven’t seen a guard i would trade him for. Haven’t seen all them play.



    • runningunnin.454
      12:38 pm January 18, 2017 Permalink

      In the game with UCLA, Fox outplayed Ball in every aspect of the game….Leaf was our problem.
      Ball had 7 assists to 6 turnovers; Fox had 9 assists to 2 TO’s. And, Fox outscored Ball 20-14.



    • Sentient Third Eye
      2:05 pm January 18, 2017 Permalink

      Right now the only advantage I see for Ball is that he has a sturdier frame and will probably hold up better over the years than Fox. But in terms of play this year, Fox is clearly the better player.