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Published: Monday, Nov. 11 2013 10:57 a.m. MST

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Team: Kentucky

In his first college game, Harrison only made one shot on three attempts but went to the free-throw line nine times in the Wildcats' decisive win.

He finished the game with eight points and led the way for Kentucky with five assists.
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SlopJ30
St Louis, MO

It's going to be hard for more than a couple of those Kentucky guys to stand out statistically unless they start playing with two basketballs. That's what I never really understood about blue-chippers joining already loaded classes -- if your goal is to stand out in your freshman year and make yourself more appealing to the NBA, joining a bunch of other guys with the same goal seems counter productive.

Jazz Source
Alpine, UT

@ Slopjoe30

Tell that to the Larry Johnson led unlv runnin rebels. Or Kentuckys draft class a couple of seasons ago.

Teams of players can stand out and demonstrate the ability to share the ball and play as a group.

TFUDD
SLC, UT

@slopJ30

That's what I thought until a few years ago. Remember when every starting player for Kentucky was drafted in the first round? They also had their freshmen backup center drafted as well.

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