by Larry LeoApril 11, 2013
When two of the prized recruits in Kentucky’s Class of 2013 were interviewed by USA Today on Wednesday in advance of Saturday’s Jordan Brand Classic, both Dakari Johnson and Andrew Harrison said they would win in a one-on-one game against an in-his-prime Michael Jordan...
“I’m taking him to the post every time,” said Johnson, who predicted an 11–10 victory. “He’d stop me a couple of times, but I’d just keep going back down there. I’d just contest his jump shots and pray that he’d miss. I think in the end, I’d get him though. I’m too big down there.”
“I think he’d get a couple buckets here and there, but then I’d start to lock him down and give him buckets,” said Harrison, who felt confident in an 11–7 triumph. “Yeah, I think I’d get him.”
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Originally published on SECRant.com
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