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Keep It Moving

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Updated: 1/12 12:01 am
They're the last guy or girl you want to play with on the court. And they're always the last ones to pass.

I'm speaking of, of course, nature's foulest beast on the basketball court - the ball hog.

Coach Cal doing his best to make the creature an extinct one on his team.

Goading his starting backcourt to think pass first, shoot second.

Finally seems to be sinking in. Cal doling out praise to one of the Harrison twins after Kentucky's 71-62 win over Vandy.

Andrew now on Cal's good side after learning the proper balance between attacking and defering.

Here's Coach Cal, leading the charge to make the ball hog extinct.

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