Kentucky Wildcats sophomore guard Tyler Ulis is one of the most talented players in the nation. On Sunday afternoon, Ulis netted 30 points to help Kentucky secure the SEC Championship over Texas A&M.
After the game, Kentucky players sat with head coach John Calipari anxiously awaiting the news of where they will play in the 2016 NCAA Tournament.
For Ulis, however, it was a chance to catch some shut eye. After all, dropping 30-points can be pretty exhausting.
While CBS was announcing the 68-team tournament field, analyst Doug Gottleib began praising Ulis for his talents on the court. When the camera panned to the guard, he was sound asleep on Calipari’s couch.
As Doug Gottlieb says that he's his player of the year, Tyler Ulis is sound asleep on Cal's couch.
— ESPN Radio Lexington (@ESPNRadioLex) March 13, 2016
What can you expect when a selection show is two hours long? Tyler Ulis was just doing what the rest of us quickly realized was a strong Plan B.
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