After using a racial slur to describe Frank Kaminsky on Saturday night, there will apparently be no discipline for Andrew Harrison
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The big news coming out of the Final Four on Saturday night was the Wisconsin Badgers taking down the then-undefeated Kentucky Wildcats to advance to the national championship game. Unfortunately, in just slightly smaller news, following the loss Kentucky’s Andrew Harrison accidentally let some comments slip about Frank Kaminsky that he really should not have.
Aside from the win by Wisconsin, that has been pretty much all people have been talking about on this Sunday after, and that includes speculation as to whether or not Harrison will be facing any discipline for the action on Saturday night on national television.
Well, apparently, he will be receiving nothing out of this.
Bonnie Bernstein caught up with Kentucky head coach John Calipari on Sunday, and he let it be known that Harrison will not be facing any discipline for talking about Kaminsky in the context of, “F*** that N****.”
Now is this a little bit surprising? Maybe to some people it will be, but with a lot coming to the defense of Harrison in relation to the fact that he was just a young, emotional man that made a mistake, it’s not really all that shocking.
Plus, in the grand scheme of things, there is also the fact that Harrison may not be returning to Lexington anyway and will begin preparing for the NBA Draft soon. Following last season, he and his twin brother Aaron were both pretty close to bolting college for the NBA, so many just see it as a given after this year that they’ll definitely be on their way out.
What are your thoughts on the situation? Should Harrison have been disciplined immediately for what he did? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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