The Bluegrass Boys are inviting UK fans to help them start their $2 million journey
07/12/2016 07:12 PM
The Bluegrass Boys, a group of former UK stars and Kentucky natives that will compete for $2 million in The Basketball Tournament, start their journey this week when they all arrive in Kentucky for the team’s minicamp. Fans have a chance to join them at several events as they prepare for their tournament run.
WEDNESDAY: They’ll scrimmage the Pro-Am all-star team, which is made up of former UofL players and other college stars. The game is being played at Scribner Middle school in New Albany at 7:30. Tickets are $5, free for kids 8 and under.
THURSDAY at 7pm: The team will be at Barleycorn’s in Cold Spring to eat dinner and hang out with fans.
The team’s general manager, former Cat Mark Krebs, discussed the upcoming week on KSTV:
The Bluegrass Boys are:
Marquis Teague (will join team after NBA Summer League ends)
Scotty Hopson (will join team after NBA Summer League ends)
Chane Behanan (will join team after NBA Summer League ends)
Coaches: Derek Anderson, Marquis Estill and Derrick Jasper