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Anthony Davis To Appear On Jimmy Kimmel Show

UK freshman Anthony Davis
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Updated: 4/05/2012 4:29 pm
UK freshman Anthony Davis will make his late night national television talk show debut tonight.

Davis will be appearing as a guest on the Jimmy Kimmel show to talk about his championship season with the Wildcats. It airs tonight at midnight right here on ABC 36.

Davis is in Los Angeles to be presented the John R. Wood award at the 36th annual Wooden award gala. The gala, which will be honoring Davis and the John Wooden all-American team, will take place Friday at the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

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