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    It's Brad Calipari's turn

    He's on the Kentucky men's basketball pregame tweet.


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    It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Sure wish he’d bury a three... got to be the nerves.


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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by blueboss View Post
    Sure wish he’d bury a three... got to be the nerves.


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    Gotta be nerves. He's not a dead eye shooter, but he's a good shooter, and should make good shots.

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    Doesn't help when 20+ thousand yell "shoot" as soon as he crosses half court.
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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Let's be real, if his Dad wasn't coach the only way he'D get into Rupp Arena would be by buying a ticket

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Blue View Post
    Let's be real, if his Dad wasn't coach the only way he'D get into Rupp Arena would be by buying a ticket
    Attacking a kid?

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Blue View Post
    Let's be real, if his Dad wasn't coach the only way he'D get into Rupp Arena would be by buying a ticket
    He's better than the other walk-ons we have, and with players down, he is the 8th or 9th player available. He wouldn't be offered a scholarship, but he certainly would be afforded an opportunity like Dillon Pulliam or Jonny David this year (better than both), not as good an athlete but far better shooter than E.J. Floreal, lots better than Sam Malone or Brian Long, and probably a little better than Tod Lanter, in the last few years.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    I love that he's on the roster...

    and hate that he gets cheap shots from wussies.
    "Shut your eyes and you'll burst into flame"

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    I wish that he'd get in a game like Vanderbilt and hit a couple of shots. Then maybe the Rupp crowd won't stupidly yell "shoot" every time he gets the ball. I really hate that.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    He needs to put in earplugs and just play. Agree he is better than he is playing...certainly nerves. Dad should have him working with sports psychology.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    It was his dad, not the crowd, who called him the best shooter on the team. That did not help

    Quote Originally Posted by Darrell KSR View Post
    I wish that he'd get in a game like Vanderbilt and hit a couple of shots. Then maybe the Rupp crowd won't stupidly yell "shoot" every time he gets the ball. I really hate that.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by Terry Blue View Post
    Let's be real, if his Dad wasn't coach the only way he'D get into Rupp Arena would be by buying a ticket
    What were your career college stats? Just curious.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by UKFlounder View Post
    It was his dad, not the crowd, who called him the best shooter on the team. That did not help
    I doubt that either is what is causing him to miss, but I'm not embarrassed by his Dad's comment like I am the hundreds or (hopefully not) thousands of fans yelling "shoot" every time he touches the ball.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by blueboss View Post
    Sure wish he’d bury a three... got to be the nerves.


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    What we need to do is when he gets in and touches the ball, everybody needs to yell "shoooooot" because that takes the pressure of him and make UK fans look intelligent


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    It's Brad Calipari's turn

    It took Polson knocking down a few and getting meaningful minutes before the howling stopped.


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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by LakeCat View Post
    What were your career college stats? Just curious.
    He doesn’t have any. In HS however, he had 2pts. against Eminence!
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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Quote Originally Posted by MickintheHam View Post
    He doesn’t have any. In HS however, he had 2pts. against Eminence!
    A safety?


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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    I think everyone wants success for him so badly -- Brad, fans, coach, announcer, etc. -- that he's surely just pressing too hard in his limited minutes. Hopefully he'll have a Cameron Mills breakout late in his career and start filling it up.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    Dykes has commented several times on the TV broadcast this year that has has watched him shoot 3's in practice and that he is a dead eye shooter from deep.
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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    I have to say that as a college player, the young man cannot shoot a lick. but he has done his job being ready when called and not making any untimely mistakes. That's a positive.

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    It's Brad Calipari's turn

    I saw Josh Carrier shoot in practice and in high school. Totally different player on the court at UK. For whatever reason, those bright lights make it more challenging.

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    Re: It's Brad Calipari's turn

    There's a local play going on right now where the lead has to sing a very famous song. She has an exceptional voice, only during the play she misses notes on the song. Every time. Bright lights make it different. Some people are performers and shine when the light shines. Others don't.

    ALSO, it doesn't mean it won't change. Youth has a way of gaining experience.

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