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By LARRY VAUGHT
Who is Jason Lathrem?
That’s a question many Kentucky basketball fans were asking last night after he received his 1996 national championship ring at Rupp Arena along with teammates like Tony Delk, Walter McCarty, Anthony Epps, Wayne Turner and Jeff Sheppard.
Lathrem played at Greenwood High School in Bowling Green. He was a 6-5 guard who got in four games for a total of nine minutes. He took three shots and two free throws — and missed them all.
He transferred to Belmont College after UK’s championship season.