Get used to seeing that image above us. At least that’s what Jon Rothstein of CBSSports.com – and pretty much everyone in Kentucky – believes. Rothstein talks about how Lee is ready to make a major jump as a junior after seeing just a handful of minutes the previous two years.
Nothing in the article is too shocking, as many Kentucky fans have been saying it’ll just be a matter of time before Lee gets his shot as one of the go-to guys for the Cats. Unfortunately for Lee he was stuck behind a plethora of NBA-players and was the one who had to do the most developing despite being a McDonald’s All-American. Don’t expect Lee to change his style of play, he’ll still be the guy clapping the entire game, protecting the rim and looking to finish alley-oops, just expect him to do it more frequently.
The best part of the article? Rothstein reminding us of Lee’s performance against Michigan in the 2014 NCAA Tournament.