Kentucky men’s ball player Andrew Harrison apologized Sunday for coordinating a foulness and a racial slur at Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky amid a postgame question and answer session.
Harrison murmured “F – that n -” into a live amplifier when another player was posed a question about Kaminsky after Kentucky lost 71-64 to the Badgers Saturday. The misfortune demolished the Wildcats’ undefeated season.
Harrison said on Twitter that he needed to apologize “for my poor decision of words utilized as a part of quip towards a player I regard and know.” He said both of them had a “decent discussion” and he wished him good fortunes in Monday’s title amusement.
Harrison’s remark came as a correspondent asked Kentucky’s Karl-Anthony Towns about shielding the 7-foot Kaminsky. He mumbled it with his hand before his mouth, yet the mic got the remarks.
“Karl, would you be able to discuss Kaminsky and imagine a scenario in which anything is interesting about protecting him?” the journalist said.
The remark began a firestorm on online networking the same number of were asking what Harrison said joined by feature clasps of his reaction.Harrison was sitting at the meeting table with his sibling, Aaron, to one side and forward Willie Cauley-Stein straightforwardly on his right side.
Kentucky arrangements to talk with Harrison on the matter.
”We have no remark until we have had an opportunity to assess it,” Kentucky representative Eric Lindsey said.
Kaminsky drove the Badgers with 20 focuses and 11 bounce back in the rebound triumph against Kentucky.Wisconsin will play Duke in the NCAA title diversion Monday. Duke vanquished Michigan State prior Saturday, 81-61.