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Ball had 10 points and four turnovers on a 4-of-10 night from NBA Live Coins the field. Fox was often the man guarding him on the other end. Fox’s points came in every conceivable manner: dunks, layups, free throws, jumpers from all over. His dominance was most palpable when he scored nine points in the first eight minutes of the second half, right as Kentucky was building the lead that nudged it to victory. It was a defining college basketball moment.Fox has flown somewhat under the radar this season. That’s a stunning thing to type about a John Calipari-coached Kentucky point guard, but it’s true, relatively speaking.


His own teammate, combo guard Malik Monk, has drawn more of the spotlight just out of Lexington. Ball and Washington’s Markelle Fultz have generated more conversation than Fox. That’s just among freshmen who will be in the NBA within the next year and a half. This season won’t be remembered as the De’Aaron Fox Year, even though he’s probably bound in a few months for a high pick in the NBA Draft.Any lack of national discussion about him is not Fox’s problem.


He’s been great. He’s averaged better than at Cheap NBA Live 18 Coins 16 points for a team that’s now a win from the Final Four. He’s that team’s leading assists man. If Monk weren’t scoring 20 a game, we’d probably be talking a lot more about Fox. Such is the way of the world. But how much we talk about Fox isn’t important, ultimately. NBA scouts know he’s good. Calipari knows he’s good. His teammates know he’s good. Roy Williams and North Carolina’s coaching staff know he’s good, too.


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