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Daily news and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Dakari Johnson really enjoys his trip to Kentucky. Julius Randle to announce his college choice on March 20th. UK football has sold over 31,000 tickets already to the spring game. More.

Julius Randle could wind up playing in the McDonald's All-American game.
Julius Randle could wind up playing in the McDonald's All-American game.
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  • Sacramento Press / Patrick Patterson gives Kings a different look

    There’s no question that Patterson can spread the floor much greater than Robinson, who he is replacing on the roster. Robinson possesses more rebounding potential and the ability to get to the rim, but currently lacks Patterson’s outside shot.

    Remember when Patterson came to Kentucky and couldn’t make a shot outside of ten feet? How things have changed.

    I think Pat will be a nice addition to the Kings, and I think they actually got the better of the trade. Robinson is a powerful player, but he is entirely one-dimensional at this point in his career.

  • New Orleans Hornets forward Anthony Davis bounces back from shoulder injury with big game //

    Davis bounced back in a big way – 17 points, 15 rebounds, 4 blocked shots – in the 105-102 loss, thanks possibly in part to Williams’ ease off the pedal following last week’s injury.

    Warms the cockles of my heart. Great to hear!

  • Wizards’ John Wall gets a much-needed shot of confidence // The Washington Post

    In past games, a late-game error might have sunk Wall into a funk. But he recovered with a performance that offered a reminder of the clutch player he was on the verge of becoming before he missed more than three months with a stress injury in his left knee and spent the subsequent weeks trying to regain his legs and rhythm. Wall scored the final six points and blocked a potential go-ahead jumper by 76ers swingman Evan Turner to lead the Wizards to a 90-87 win at Verizon Center.

    Go, John!

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