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By Donald Lambro
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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Josh Harrellson
Marcus Camby is returning to New York, while the Houston Rockets continue to reshape their roster.
Hornets general manager Dell Demps decided extra cash for free agents was worth more to New Orleans than any player available in the middle of the second round of the NBA draft.
The Hornets have drafted Kentucky forward Josh Harrellson with the 45th overall pick and agreed to trade him to the New York Knicks for cash.
Donnie Walsh's last NBA draft pick got the same response as his first one back in 1986.
Brandon Knight had the ball and Kentucky's season in his hands.
A look at Saturday's games at the Final Four:
Brandon Knight can run through the list of Kentucky's issues over the winter as easily as the straight-A student can rip through an exam.
Several star players will soon have to make decisions on whether to return for another season or head to the NBA. Already, Ohio State's Jared Sullinger has announced that he plans to return for his sophomore year.
John Calipari cringes when people bring up the subject of one-and-done players, those freshmen who use college basketball merely as a springboard to the NBA.
Kemba Walker and his Connecticut teammates won't get much time to catch their breath before traveling to Washington, D.C., for their first NCAA tournament game against Bucknell.
With the regular season winding down, Kentucky coach John Calipari is still trying to get his team to learn how to finish off close games.
Louisville coach Rick Pitino thought it looked like roller derby. Kentucky center Josh Harrellson kept waiting for another fight to break out. Coach John Calipari sensed a maliciousness that bordered on unseemly.
Kentucky freshman Terrence Jones has his homecoming all mapped out.
"I just think everybody was a little nervous," Harrellson said. "Nobody on our team has been this far."
"I just think we missed a bunch of open shots," Kentucky senior Josh Harrellson said. "We had good looks, and we just weren't knocking anything down. ... We just couldn't make anything."