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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Harrison Twins Edition

News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Harrison twins to be on Sports Illustrated cover. Hoops at Ole Miss tonight. More.

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Looks like Aaron and Andrew Harrison will grace the cover of Sports Illustrated for kids ahead of the NCAA Tournament. Both of them have been playing well lately, but particularly Andrew. While Aaron is mired in a funk from the arc, he is shooting the ball well inside the 3-point line and is playing fine defense, as demonstrated by his 3.1% steals number, second on the team only to Willie Cauley-Stein. Despite his 3-point woes, Aaron is still pretty efficient at a 113.0 offensive rating, and is finding other ways to help the team while he searches to regain his deadly 3-point eye.

Andrew has been on a tear of late, racking up huge assist numbers and acting as the leader of the Wildcats. It’s taken him a while, but he is really coming into his own as a point guard, averaging over 4 assists against only 1 turnover per game in his last four contests.

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Maybe. More likely it means they’ve drunk the anti-Cal Kool-Aid and can’t stop doing it.

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