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Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 155: Kerry Blackshear + Arizona Assistant Gets Prison Time


There’s better way to get the weekend started than by downloading an all new Aaron Torres Sports Podcast. Aaron riffs on the biggest topics across college hoops. He hits on a number of topics, starting with:

The Latest on Kerry Blackshear: Kerry Blackshear is the last big puzzle piece for the 2019-2020 college basketball season, and Aaron shares what he is hearing. With Blackshear headed to Gainesville this weekend, Aaron explains why Florida and Kentucky both have a unique pitch to Blackshear, and it’s up to him what to choose. Also, Aaron says Texas A&M is a bigger factor than he expected.

Kenyon Martin Jr.’s Stunning Decision to go Pro: A week after RJ Hampton announced he would turn professional in Australia, Kenyon Martin Jr. announced he would go pro as well. Aaron wonders aloud what the market is for a three-star recruit, and why both Australia and the G-League might not be interested in taking him. Also, why this decision could be proof that the NBA is making a big mistake by removing the one and done rule.

Prison Book — Aaron wraps by talking about a big commitment for Alabama, and why it’s absurd that former Arizona assistant coach Book Richardson got jail time for his role in the FBI scandal.

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1 Comment for Aaron Torres Sports Podcast Ep. 155: Kerry Blackshear + Arizona Assistant Gets Prison Time



  1. BobbyBlue
    10:00 pm June 6, 2019 Permalink

    What’s absurd is that Sean Miller is still coaching at Arizona— with a top 5 class it seems obvious to me that it is business as usual at Arizona