Kentucky players got plenty of awards for their play this year, but Isaiah Briscoe received an odd honor. He made Sports Illustrated’s All-Glue Team.
Odd, right? Yes. But it’s still an important list. These are the Draymond Greens of this year’s college game.
You can see what SI said of Briscoe here.
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On the season, Isaiah Briscoe has posted one triple-double, four double-doubles and four games of 10+ points, 5+ rebounds and 5+ assists.— Chris Fisher (@ChrisFisher247) March 7, 2017
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