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Karl-Anthony Towns on platoon system, veterans, practice, John Calipari and more

By KEITH TAYLOR, Winchester Sun Karl-Anthony Towns has been compared to former Kentucky standout Anthony Davis. The 6-foot-11 forward doesn’t mind the comparisons and is ready to contribute on a team that could easily be two squads in one. “Whatever I have to do for the team will come easy,” Towns said. “We are going …

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Coach excited to bring Thon Makers and teammates from Canada to Kentucky to play three times

By LARRY VAUGHT He has one of the top players in the nation in 7-foot junior Thon Maker and has his choice of showcase events where his team can play. However, Orangeville Prep coach Larry Blunt plans to bring his team from Canada to play in Kentucky three times this basketball season starting with the …

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Andrew Harrison, Karl-Anthony Towns lead Blue team to victory

By KEITH TAYLOR, Winchester Sun LEXINGTON – The blue team got the best of the white team in Kentucky’s intrasquad scrimmage Monday night at Rupp Arena. Veteran returnee Andrew Harrison scored 19 points and freshman Karl-Anthony Towns added 18 to lead five blue players in double figures in an easy 94-66 win less than a …

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Andrew Harrison having to prove himself and earn teammates’ respect

By LARRY VAUGHT CHARLOTTE — Andrew Harrison says being a point guard in college is nothing like being a point guard in high school. “In college, you can close to not being the oldest guy on the team,” said Andrew Harrison here Wednesday during the Southeastern Conference Media Day. “You have got to prove yourself …

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Video: A few questions for Alex Poythress

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Big Blue attention has not overwhelmed Devin Booker

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky guard Devin Booker has not been overwhelmed by UK’s NBA combine, media day or Big Blue Madness. “You know when you come to Kentucky that you are going to be on the stage each and every day. That is why you want to come here,” said Booker. That doesn’t mean the …

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What does it take to do a good John Calipari impersonation

By KEITH TAYLOR, Winchester Sun Here’s more with Kentucky sophomore point guard Andrew Harrison. Question: There have been rumors that you and your brother can do John Calipari impersonations and has Cal seen the angry Cal impersonation? Harrison: “I plead the fifth – that’s for the locker room. I don’t think he (has seen it). …

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Andrew Harrison did not anticpate how much his return would impact UK

By KEITH TAYLOR, Winchester Sun It took Andrew Harrison time to get settled into a routine as starting point guard at the University of Kentucky. What started out as a shaky beginning turned into a solid ending for Harrison, who helped lead the Wildcats to five straight victories in the NCAA Tournament — a run …

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