Tyler Ulis is the Southeastern Conference’s Men’s Basketball Player of the Week for the second time this season.
Ulis matched career-highs in points with 21 and three-pointers with four in Kentucky’s win over 16th-ranked Louisville. He also had a game-high eight assists, one shy of his career best in that department. The Bluegrass Sports Commission named Ulis the MVP of the game, his second time taking home that award.
The Kentucky point guard shared the SEC Player of the Week honors with Georgia’s Kenny Gaines back on November 23, following wins over Duke and Wright State.