Patterson & Miller at Camp One

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Updated: 6/13/2013 12:12 am
Patrick Patterson stayed at UK to get his degree, doing so in just three years.

The former Cat sees the value and importance of an education and believes more collegiate athletes should either finish their degrees or come back later to finish.

More on that in the attached video.

P Patt also weighed in on his off-season work preparing for next year in Sacramento as well.  Hear Patterson on that in the video as well.

Darius Miller played in international competition for Team USA while at Kentucky, now John Wall will join Anthony Davis on Team USA in China.  Miller on his experience and how it might be good for Wall in the Miller video attached.

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