ESPNU to air Kentucky men’s basketball practice for third straight year

The Kentucky men’s basketball team will once again receive great exposure prior to the upcoming season.

On Tuesday morning, ESPN announced that for the third straight year the Kentucky men’s basketball program will have a televised practice on ESPNU.

The practice, taking place at the Joe Craft Center in Lexington, will air on Sunday, Oct. 9 at 7 p.m. ET. 

ESPNU’s broadcast will be a two-hour special.

During the practice, viewers will receive commentary and analysis from ESPN NBA and college basketball’s Doris Burke, college basketball analysts Seth Greenberg and Fran Fraschilla and college basketball reporter Andy Katz.

The practice will feature individual drills, 3-on-3 and 5-on-5 scrimmages.

If you’re a fan of Kentucky basketball or simply a college basketball fan that can’t wait for the start of the season, be sure to tune in on Oct. 9 for your preseason basketball fix.

For NBA fans, tune in to see the seven NBA prospects currently ranked on Chad Ford’s top 100 prospects list.

Top 100 Rank Player Position Year
9 De’Aaron Fox G Freshman
12 Edrice Adebayo F Freshman
15 Malik Monk G Freshman
44 Wenyen Gabriel F Freshman
61 Isaiah Briscoe G Sophomore
79 Isaac Humphries F Sophomore
84 Sacha Killeya-Jones F Freshman

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