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Thursday Headlines: Aaron Bradshaw Debut

The freshman big man is reportedly set to return to the court on Saturday.

NCAA Basketball: Big Blue Madness Jordan Prather-USA TODAY Sports

It seems like the Kentucky Wildcats are on the verge of having one of its big men ready to set foot on the floor.

Aaron Bradshaw, the 7-foot freshman who was ranked as high as the #2 player in the 2023 recruiting class, could hit the floor as early as this Saturday, according to Kentucky Sports Radio’s Jack Pilgrim.

Bradshaw will return either this Saturday against UNC-Wilmington or Saturday, Dec. 9 against Penn, according to Pilgrim.

It will be welcome news for the Wildcats, as Bradshaw will provide the type of size this Kentucky team has lacked this season while also possessing the versatility to move on the perimeter and create space offensively.

Bradshaw was a key piece to this 2023 recruiting class for Kentucky, and it should be exciting to see him hit the floor and see what kind of impact he can provide for the team.

Also, shoutout to Saint Joseph’s, who took Kentucky into overtime last week and just won at No. 18 Villanova, 78-65. That’s suddenly looking like a very good home win for the basketball Cats.

Oh, and Arkansas upset the No. 7 Duke Blue Devils. Very good win for the SEC and Kentucky’s schedule with two upcoming matchups with the Hogs.

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