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Mychal Mulder made a decision he will regret for the rest of his life
by Nick Roush on July 8, 2019 at 10:45 pm

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Block or charge?

Mychal Mulder has an answer to Rex Chapman’s favorite question. As usual, it produced an unfortunate result.

Playing in the Las Vegas Summer League Monday night, Mulder found himself face-to-face with the eighth overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft, Jaxson Hayes. The athletic 6’11” New Orleans Pelican did not hesitate when he saw Mulder square up in the paint. Hayes went up, over and through the former Wildcat.

WARNING: The following clip contains extreme violence. Viewer discretion is advised. 

Thoughts and prayers to Mr. Mulder.


20 Replies to “Mychal Mulder made a decision he will regret for the rest of his life”

  1. BlueBanker18 says:

    Couldn’t even tell ya which year he was a wildcat so ?????

    1. Wilfred Smith says:

      He was a grad transfer on the 2012-’13 team.

      The video? Eh…

    2. JTHinton says:

      Mulder was a senior on the fox monk 16/17 side. Grad transfer from 12/13 was Julius mays

    3. k3ntucky_jer says:

      This is why you are a fake fan because you don’t know the history of the greatest program ever!! Off the couch fat slob and research Kentucky basketball.

  2. gobble gobble says:

    Nick, you’re the worst

  3. Smyrna_Cat says:

    Hyperbole … is that a requirement to write here? This is a bit much.

    1. UK Big Board Update says:

      Kentucky Sports Radio
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      Some folks still need to be reminded. Cats Pause is that way, ‘flake —>

  4. UK Maine-iac says:

    Clean up on aisle five, I repeat, clean up on aisle five. That was nasty.

  5. Cousins Fake Tooth says:

    Watching slo-mo, Mulder was still moving forward.

  6. Mad Max says:

    Yes..he should feel guilty for trying to play defense. They don’t do that in the NBA out of fear they may be playing actual basketball.

  7. 4everUKblue says:

    Wasn’t all that impressive to me and I don’t see anything Mulder has anything to be embarrassed about.

  8. ClutchCargo says:

    Damn, tough crowd in here today. Lighten up a little.

  9. Underdog says:

    That was ruled a charge. GREAT and successful effort by the defender.

    Hayes virtually couldn’t avoid picking up a foul there.

    So my tally is Hayes 0, and Mulder 1.

    Defensive game ball to Mulder. I’d hold him up as an example! Love the effort. Effort like this is what wins games and what earns you a spot on a roster, other things being equal.

    1. UK Big Board Update says:

      What official were you watching?

    2. Underdog says:

      The one under the basket. Wasn’t it a charge? They didn’t add two points either.

    3. Underdog says:

      The point is Mulder should be praised!

    4. Underdog says:

      I looked at it again it looks like the ref under the basket called a blocking foul. But it looked like Mulder was in legal position outside the arc.

      Anyway, hoss, I say a great effort.

    5. UK Big Board Update says:

      He called a block, and counted the basket….

      Mulder got embarrassed. It happens. Bird has been dunked on. Jordan. LeBron…

      Dust yourself off and play the next play.

      Whats funny is you made it sound like it was a fact it was a charge for your confirmation bias, when clearly it wasn’t…

      “Good job. Good effort.”

  10. RexRox says:

    Absolutely nothing to be embarrassed about. A basketball player trying to make a basketball defensive play, as he is supposed to do. Nonsense that NBA players try to get out of the video frame when they realize they are about to be dunked on. Keep your head up Mychal, and best of luck in the future.

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