What You Talkin' Bout Willis?!?

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 10/31/2013 7:39 pm
The 2013-14 basketball Cats look stout and strong...long and lean and plan on intimidating the opposition in the warm-up line out of the locker room.

Even when you get down on the roster to the Derek Willis' and walk-ons...this UK team can still play.

And Coach Cal is proud of the progress and adaptability of the new guys as they compete with one another every day in practice.

But just how good is Willis?  And where does he fit in now that he's getting even better and surprising not only the coaching staff, but himself?

Cal and Willis on that in the video.

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