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Come Get Some Sunday Morning Links

Hey there. You again. I’ve got breakfast on the stove and sunshine in the forecast for today’s Sunday events, but it wouldn’t be a weekend if we didn’t share a few clickables here on the website. So take a tour of the internet in these morning links and then I’ll see you back here in a few…

— Over at Kentucky.com, Mark Story has a story about the story of Humzey Yessin, a man who remembers watching both Adolph Rupp and Bear Bryant at Kentucky. Yessin played baseball for UK and was best buds with Wah Wah  Jones. [Kentucky.com]

— I know we’ve already passed this one around, but I can’t stop thinking about Skal Labissiere at No. 1 and Jamal Murray at No. 3 in Gary Parrish’s 2016 mock draft. I know it’s just one man’s opinion, but it’s so fun to think about having two of the top three draft picks next season. [CBSSports.com]

— Trey Lyles loves being a member of the Utah Jazz. “I’m just thankful,” he told NBA.com. Lyles becomes the first person in the world who is thankful for a job in Utah. [NBA.com]

— Go ahead and read up on the NBA Summer League schedule. That’s going to be must-see TV for Kentucky fans. [NBA.com]

— Bleacher Report names JoJo Kemp a “dark horse” for All-American honors. Before you get too excited, the website picked someone from every team. But still. JoJo is the man. [BleacherReport.com]

Happy Sunday.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

3 Comments for Come Get Some Sunday Morning Links



  1. JohnW
    12:04 pm June 28, 2015 Permalink

    that is Boom not JO JO in the article…. however I still believe JO JO is the man to…lol



  2. Angelo
    1:32 pm June 28, 2015 Permalink

    Bleacher Report had a similar mock draft with Marcus Lee also going in the first round.



  3. Christian
    1:41 pm June 28, 2015 Permalink

    I lived in Lexington for first 20 years of my life. For the last 11 years I have lived in Utah. This is a great place to raise a family and get an excellent education. The Jazz fans are second only to KY fans. Why such the negative opinion of Utah?