MEMPHIS — De’Aaron Fox stood in a hallway, smiled, and said he wished he could play for Kentucky again in an hour. Lonzo Ball sat on a chair and said, in a monotone, that he will never play for UCLA again. The difference between them was just as stark as it had been during the game, when Fox and Kentucky dismantled UCLA’s Showtime Jr. attack. Fox scored 39 points. Ball scored 10. Fox is so fast that the Bruins had a good excuse for not guarding him: they couldn’t see him. He is also a natural leader who said, quite believably, that he walked into the Kentucky locker room at halftime feeling “like I was shooting too much.” Never mind that they were going in. Kentucky won the most anticipated game
Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin (R) signed into law this week a bill which makes it a hate crime to attack a police officer or first responder. The measure, unofficially known as a Blue Lives Matter bill, will go into effect in the summer, the Courier-Journal reported. It follows similar legislation first passed in Louisiana last year, where a gunman shot six Baton Rouge police officers last July, killing three. Abby Huntsman discussed the new Kentucky law with State Rep. Kevin Bratcher (R), who first proposed the measure. She noted that 64 officers were killed by gunfire nationwide in 2016, compared to 41 in 2015. Twenty-one of those deaths came in ambush-style attacks. Bratcher said he believes
The accessory currently is up for auction on eBay - just a year after Kate tried it on when she opened the Norfolk, England shop. The EACH-run shop in Holt is not too far from Kate and Prince William’s country home, Anmer Hall, and had its royal-attended opening in March of 2016. Ian Nicolson, Head of Retail for EACH, said that the auction is timed to the shop’s one year anniversary.