Who's the better NBA prospect: Aaron or Andrew?
04/20/2015 04:58 PM
Twin brothers Aaron and Andrew Harrison only spent two seasons together at the University of Kentucky, but together, the duo delivered some of the most memorable moments in recent program history.
It was Aaron who sank back-to-back daggers into the backs of Michigan and Wisconsin in route to UK’s improbably run to the 2014 national championship game as a No. 8 seed.
It was Andrew, as mercurial as he was during the regular season, who called for the ball and hit the game-wininng foul shots against Notre Dame in the Elite Eight this year to save, for at least one more game, Kentucky’s perfect season.
Both brothers came to Lexington with high praise. Both experienced ups and downs. And both will be remembered for years to come.
Now, along with their five other teammates, it’s time for the Harrison twins to make the jump to the big leagues — the NBA.
But who’s the better pro prospect? What does each need to improve in order to succeed at the next level?
The KSTV crew caught up with the basketball brothers during an autograph session yesterday, asked how they’re preparing to make the leap, and discussed the pending future.