As the Kentucky Wildcats demolished the Arizona State Sun Devils last night, De'Aaron Fox made himself apart of Kentucky history. The freshman guard recorded a triple-double with 14 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. His efforts made him only the second player to ever record a triple-double for Kentucky. The only other player to do so was Chris Mills in 1988.
The fact that Fox is the first to accomplish this feat in the Calipari era is impressive; to think that John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Julius Randle never accomplished this is all the more impressive for Fox (I'd say KAT as well, but he played very limited minutes).
Fox's performance led the Cats to yet another dominant performance, as they've blown through everyone they played.
Tweet of the day
De'Aaron Fox when he got that triple-double was like ... pic.twitter.com/EeQmsVO4KQ— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) November 29, 2016
That's a pretty accurate description of how I felt watching it.
De'Aaron Fox records second triple-double in Kentucky history - ESPN
Fox made himself apart of Kentucky history with this performance, being only the second player to record a triple-double in Kentucky history, and the first in the Calipari era.
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Kentucky hasn't looked back since being named the No. 1 team in the nation. They're 7-0, and they've got the top spot for another week.
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