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A key member of Coach John Calipari’s first recruiting UK class, John  Wall averaged 22.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.0 steals per game as a  senior at Word of God Christian Academy in his hometown of Raleigh,  North Carolina. In 2009 he was ranked the number-one high school  prospect by Rivals.com and was named a McDonald’s All-American.

At UK, Wall dished out 241 assists during his freshman year,  which broke the UK single-season record of 232, set by Roger Harden in  1986. Wall also set the single-game record in assists, with sixteen, in a  victory against Hartford, which broke a single-game record of fifteen set  by Travis Ford in 1993. He led the 2009–2010 Wildcats in steals (an  average of 1.8 per game), assists (an average of 6.5 per game), and scoring  (an average of 16.6 per game).

Wall closed out his UK career by being named the 2010 Adolph  Rupp Trophy National Player of the Year, the Yahoo Sports National  Player of the Year, and the Rivals.com National Player of the Year. In  June 2010 Wall became the first player in UK history to be named a  number-one NBA pick when he was chosen by the Washington Wizards.  He lives in suburban Maryland.

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A key member of Coach John Calipari’s first recruiting UK class, John  Wall averaged 22.1 points, 5.2 rebounds, and 2.0 steals per game as a  senior at Word of God Christian Academy in his hometown of Raleigh,  North Carolina. In 2009 he was ranked the number-one high school  prospect by Rivals.com and was named a McDonald’s All-American.

At UK, Wall dished out 241 assists during his freshman year,  which broke the UK single-season record of 232, set by Roger Harden in  1986. Wall also set the single-game record in assists, with sixteen, in a  victory against Hartford, which broke a single-game record of fifteen set  by Travis Ford in 1993. He led the 2009–2010 Wildcats in steals (an  average of 1.8 per game), assists (an average of 6.5 per game), and scoring  (an average of 16.6 per game).

Wall closed out his UK career by being named the 2010 Adolph  Rupp Trophy National Player of the Year, the Yahoo Sports National  Player of the Year, and the Rivals.com National Player of the Year. In  June 2010 Wall became the first player in UK history to be named a  number-one NBA pick when he was chosen by the Washington Wizards.  He lives in suburban Maryland.

""Without a doubt, University of Kentucky basketball is the most unifying force in our diverse Commonwealth. Pride in the Wildcats' great success is the one thing upon which we can all agree. Through the years, many great players have worn the blue and white and Doug Brunk, in his new book "Wildcat Memories: Inside Stories From Kentucky Basketball Greats" recounts many interesting personal details from the lives of some of the best in Wildcat lore. It is a must for serious members of Big Blue Nation." -Tom Hammond, NBC Sports" --

"Without a doubt, University of Kentucky basketball is the most unifying force in our diverse Commonwealth. Pride in the Wildcats' great success is the one thing upon which we can all agree. Through the years, many great players have worn the blue and white and Doug Brunk, in his new book "Wildcat Memories: Inside Stories From Kentucky Basketball Greats" recounts many interesting personal details from the lives of some of the best in Wildcat lore. It is a must for serious members of Big Blue Nation." -- Tom Hammond, NBC Sports

"I went to my first Kentucky game in 1966 in Memorial Coliseum and instantly became a Big Blue fan. I have been coaching high school basketball in Virginia for the last thirty years and have been blessed to have six of my players wear the blue and white uniform of the Wildcats. I can't wait to read the personal stories and relive all the memories of the great players who have played at The University of Kentucky through the years." -- Steve Smith, Head Basketball Coach Oak Hill Academy

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Wildcat Memories: Inside Stories from Kentucky Basketball.


Wildcat Memories: Inside Stories from Kentucky Basketball.

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