CoachCal.com contributor Ken Howlett breaks down the numbers and looks at UK’s keys to victory against Providence.
In four of Kentucky’s seven games this season, the Cats have either trailed or been tied at the second media (under-12) timeout.
The wall-sits and having them put their hands behind their backs isn’t about going back to fundamentals, Calipari says. The idea is to get the players to push through their comfort levels.
Even though the Cats pulled out the victory on Monday, the road only gets tougher from here. On Wednesday, UK takes on the Eastern Michigan Eagles, who are undefeated with a 5-0 record and beat the same Cleveland State team that gave Kentucky so much trouble by 12.
Starting with Monday’s Cleveland State game, CoachCal.com contributor Ken Howlett will break down the numbers and look at UK’s keys to victory.
For so many of Kentucky’s key pieces, they have long thrived at what they do simply because they were better than everyone else
Asked if he ever had any interest in returning to the NBA and righting what went wrong in the professional ranks, Calipari seemed disinterested. “I’m good where I am,” he said.
Harrison notched 22 points and a career-high seven rebounds in the win over Eastern Michigan and a career-high four assists Sunday night at the Barclays Center against Providence.