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Kellan Grady gives goodbye message to the Big Blue Nation

In just one season, Kellan Grady became a beloved player by many Kentucky Wildcats fans, and coming from a mid-major school like Davidson, he had a greater appreciation for the program and fanbase. After completing school and graduating on Friday, Grady tweeted a heartfelt thank you and goodbye to the...
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Kellan Grady "never" thought he'd be able to play for John Calipari

Kellan Grady came out of high school as a four-star recruit and one of the premier guard prospects in the country from the class of 2017. He held offers from nearly every big-name non-Power 5 program around — Richmond, Xavier, Creighton, etc. He ultimately followed in the footsteps of Steph Curry and landed at Davidson, where he would go on to have an all-time great career with the school. Grady poured in over 2,000 points during his four years at Davidson, never finished a season scoring under 17 points per game, and made three All-Atlantic 10 Conference Teams.
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KSR Today: Kellan Grady joins the show

Good morning, folks! Today is Kellan Grady Day on the radio, as the Kentucky sharpshooter will hit the airwaves during this morning’s edition of KSR to talk shop with the guys. Grady is actually holding an autograph signing set for Friday from 6:00-7:30 p.m. EST at a fine local establishment by the name of KSBar and Grille. In case you missed it, Grady made an appearance on Kentucky Roll Call Wednesday morning.
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Kellan Grady still wondering where the Wildcats went wrong in March

Kentucky guard Kellan Grady and the rest of the Wildcats could only watch as North Carolina and Kansas--two teams they defeated by a combined 47 points in the regular season--battled it out for the national championship in New Orleans earlier this month. The Jayhawks, who UK beat 80-62 in Lawrence...
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Kellan Grady Reflects on Kentucky Basketball Highs and Lows

Kellan Grady experienced a little bit of everything in his single season at Kentucky. The sharp-shooting transfer from Davidson made 88 three-pointers, ranking eighth in school history, one of which produced the loudest crowd pop at Rupp Arena in years. This Friday Grady will bid the BBN adieu with an...
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Kellan Grady now on other side of David vs. Goliath matchup

If anyone knows the mindset of No. 15 seed Saint Peter's heading into Thursday night's matchup vs. No. 2 Kentucky, it's UK's own Kellan Grady. Grady began his collegiate career and played four seasons at Davidson before transferring to Kentucky and his first and only NCAA Tournament appearance came in the first round of the 2018 NCAA Tournament vs. the Wildcats in Boise.
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Kellan Grady looking to regain form in NCAA Tournament

INDIANAPOLIS—Kellan Grady is trying to avoid another sub-par performance on Thursday against Saint Peter's in the first round of the NCAA Tournament. There are a few words that one could use to describe Grady's lackluster two-point, 1-8 shooting night against Tennessee in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament, but he sums it up pretty well himself.
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Why there is hope for Kellan Grady to break out in time to help Kentucky in March Madness

LEXINGTON – Reset has become the buzzword for Kentucky basketball as it prepares for the NCAA Tournament this week. It has now been more than a month since the Wildcats last looked at top form, with a fully healthy roster and a dominant performance. While the second-half comeback that fell short against Tennessee lessened some of the sting of the SEC Tournament disappointment, the first half of that game still represented one of Kentucky’s worst 20-minute segments of the season. John Calipari’s team remains a popular pick to reach the Final Four, but it can hardly be described as entering March Madness on a wave of momentum.
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Kellan Grady ready to reset after "humbling" SEC Tournament

Kentucky is ready to turn the page after a disappointing SEC Tournament, no one more so than Kellan Grady. Last night, Grady met with the media to break down the Cats’ path to the Final Four, and, predictably, fielded a lot of questions about his performance in Tampa. Grady was 1-8 from the floor in the semifinal loss to Tennessee, 0-5 from three. It was only the fourth game this season in which he failed to make a three.
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Kellan Grady hitting reset after disappointing performance

Kentucky will begin its quest for a ninth NCAA title in Indianapolis on Thursday, where they play 15th seeded Saint Peter’s at Gainbridge Arena in the opening round of the NCAA Tournament. The Wildcats, fresh off a disappointing performance vs. Tennessee in the SEC Semifinals last Saturday, are ready...
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