Kentucky’s De’Aaron Fox Emotional Interview After Loss To North Carolina
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“That shot is just playing back and forth in my head,” De’Aaron Fox said. “It’s going to be difficult to get over.”
That shot the future lottery pick is talking about was a game-winning jumper by UNC’s Luke Maye with .03 seconds; a shot that means top-seeded UNC is heading to the Final Four for the second straight year; a shot that left the 19-year old Fox, Bam Adebayo and other UK teammates in tears.
“This isn’t a locker room that looks like guys don’t care,” said Fox, who has made a case that he’s the best point guard in college (former NBA All-Star and New York legend Kenny Anderson thinks so). “I love my brothers.”