The fans have spoken.
For the last several weeks, Kentucky basketball’s Twitter account has asked fans to vote on the top play of the John Calipari era. In the seven years Calipari has been at Kentucky he has created a lot of memories, including a national championship in 2012 and four trips to the Final Four.
Which play rose to the top?
— Kentucky Basketball (@KentuckyMBB) June 13, 2016
That would be Andrew Harrison’s game-winning jumper over Wisconsin in the 2014 Final Four, sending Kentucky to the National Championship Game.
That was one of many clutch shots Harrison made during that tournament run for the Wildcats, as they made the final before falling to the UConn Huskies.
It is certainly one of the most memorable shots and games in Kentucky history. Well worth a spot at the top in Calipari’s successful coaching career in Lexington.
Fans have been voting on the top plays throughout the last few weeks. The other plays on the list include Aaron Harrison’s Elite Eight game-winning shot against Michigan and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist’s block against Kansas in the 2012 National Championship Game.