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    Anyone know anything about Kentucky freshman point guard Alex Legion who looks to be transfering?

    GM seems to be always looking for point guards. Does this kid have what it takes to be successful here? Obviously, he isn't getting the PT he thought he deserved, or he wouldn't be leaving.

  • #2
    Legion, a native of Inkster, Mich., has played in all six UK games, starting twice. He has averaged 6.7 points in over 17 minutes per game.
    Doesn't sound like PT was an issue at all. He's known as a "values" kid, so maybe he didn't connect with Gillespie well. He had offers from all the major programs, so I'm sure he'll still have a lot of choices.
    "Don't measure yourself by what you have accomplished, but by what you should accomplish with your ability."
    -John Wooden

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    • #3
      I don't think he could help us with these credentials, just kidding:

      Alex Legion
      No: 1
      Ht./Wt.: 6-4/196
      Class/Exp.: FR/HS
      Hometown: Inkster, Mich.
      High School: Oak Hill Academy

      High School
      Played senior season at Oak Hill Academy after playing first three seasons at Detroit Country Day High School ... 2007 Parade Magazine All-America ... Helped lead Oak Hill Academy to 2007 National Championship … Participated in Players Association Top 100 NBA Camp, 2007 … Participated in the Top All-Star NABCD Camp, 2007 … Top three-point shooter among high school seniors nationally, 2007 … Set Oak Hill single season school record for free throw percentage and three-point percentage, 2007 … Averaged 19.6 points, 5.7 rebounds, 2.1 assists and 1.8 steals while shooting 53 percent from the field, 42 percent from 3-point range and 85 percent from the free throw line in senior season … 2006 and 2005 Associated Press Class B All-State, first team ... 2006 and 2005 Detroit News Class B All-State, first team ... 2006 and 2005 Detroit Free Press Class B All-State, first team ... Broke Detroit Country Day single game scoring record with 41 pts. in Class B Regional Final victory, breaking Chris Webber’s record, 2005 … 2005 Detroit Free Press All-Metro, first team ... 2006 Detroit Free Press All-Metro, second team ... 2006 and 2005 Detroit Free Press All-North, first team ... Coached at Oak Hill Academy by Steve Smith.

      Personal
      Born November 16, 1988 ... Son of Rodney and Annette Legion ... Chose Kentucky over Kansas, Michigan and UCLA.

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      • #4
        WOW !!! He has my vote

        :shock:

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        • #5
          Not so sure he will transfer. He is reconsidering.

          http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/200...cky/index.html

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