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1 Malik Monk on 11/29/2016, 2:40 pm

He's got game.

Skip ahead to about the 3:18 mark to see one of the most athletic plays you'll ever see.


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2 Re: Malik Monk on 11/29/2016, 2:43 pm

https://www.facebook.com/KentuckyMBB/videos/1378919975460224/

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3 Re: Malik Monk on 11/29/2016, 3:39 pm

Nice.

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4 Re: Malik Monk on 11/29/2016, 3:41 pm

Wow. He will be a one and done, but at 175, I hope who ever drafts him will work him in slowly. That kid is still growing and when he gets to 200 lbs, he will be a force. With Rondo playing less, I would love the Bulls to draft that kid and allow Wade to teach him. I am still impressed as hell with Murray a one and out Ky player from last year. Mark my word, that kid is going to be an all star. Monk has a pure shooting motion, goes to the basket strong, but will need to add weight and strength to be effective at the next level.....Chicago please.

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5 Re: Malik Monk on 11/29/2016, 3:50 pm

Calipari is calling him the most athletic player he's ever coached.

High praise, indeed.

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6 Re: Malik Monk on 12/17/2016, 9:06 pm

Wow!!

What a game!

47 points - most by any player this season - most by a Kentucky freshman EVAR.

Most entertaining college basketball game I've seen in some time.

Instant classic.


Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball

GO BIG BLUE!!

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7 Re: Malik Monk on 12/17/2016, 9:08 pm

Sal wrote:Wow!!

What a game!

47 points - most by any player this season - most by a Kentucky freshman EVAR.

Most entertaining college basketball game I've seen in some time.

Instant classic.


Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball Basketball

GO BIG BLUE!!


Double wow!

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8 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 10:49 am

Tom Leach's excellent call ....

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9 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 11:35 am

Sal wrote:Tom Leach's excellent call ....


While Monk is getting practically all the press today (and deservedly so) Sal's posted clip of excerpts of one the greatest games I have seen in recent history overlooks another one and done freshman and that is the phenomenal play of Fox . . . . . add the presence of Adebayo and we are looking at three one and dones!

GO BIG BLUE!!!

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10 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 11:57 am

knothead wrote:
While Monk is getting practically all the press today (and deservedly so) Sal's posted clip of excerpts of one the greatest games I have seen in recent history overlooks another one and done freshman and that is the phenomenal play of Fox . . . . . add the presence of Adebayo and we are looking at three one and dones!

Fox played great.

They are an exciting and fun team to watch, but they have some things to work on during Camp Cal.

After the game, I understand that Cal singled out two players and made them hug Monk and thank him for saving their asses.

He didn't identify them, but I can guarantee you that it was Gabriel and Willis.

Their defense was atrocious.

After T.J. Leaf's performance in the UCLA game, and Justin Jackson's last night, it's obvious that Kentucky struggles against long, athletic forwards who can stretch the floor.

Cal needs to get that fixed, if we're gonna make a deep run in March.


GO BIG BLUE!!

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11 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 4:44 pm

Sal wrote:
knothead wrote:
While Monk is getting practically all the press today (and deservedly so) Sal's posted clip of excerpts of one the greatest games I have seen in recent history overlooks another one and done freshman and that is the phenomenal play of Fox . . . . . add the presence of Adebayo and we are looking at three one and dones!

Fox played great.

They are an exciting and fun team to watch, but they have some things to work on during Camp Cal.

After the game, I understand that Cal singled out two players and made them hug Monk and thank him for saving their asses.

He didn't identify them, but I can guarantee you that it was Gabriel and Willis.

Their defense was atrocious.

After T.J. Leaf's performance in the UCLA game, and Justin Jackson's last night, it's obvious that Kentucky struggles against long, athletic forwards who can stretch the floor.

Cal needs to get that fixed, if we're gonna make a deep run in March.


GO BIG BLUE!!

Good analysis and post Sal, hope they are able to make the necessary adjustments to give us a chance at a deep run.

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12 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 10:38 pm

Leaf is the real deal. UCLA is the real deal. Ugly looking shot, but he gets the job done.

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13 Re: Malik Monk on 12/18/2016, 10:48 pm

2seaoat wrote:Leaf is the real deal.  UCLA is the real deal.  Ugly looking shot, but he gets the job done.  

UCLA has an outstanding team this year and they are another fun team to watch, sadly they beat my Cats but even that was a good game.

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