Kentucky Basketball: Projecting UK's 2014-15 Rotation with Harrisons Returning

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Kentucky Basketball: Projecting UK's 2014-15 Rotation with Harrisons Returning
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Kentucky was already going to be ranked in the Top Five at the start of next season, but Wildcats fans may want to reactivate the printing press for those 40-0 t-shirts in light of Friday's announcement that the Harrison twins are coming back for another year.

With its starting backcourt returning, let's take a moment to look at how ridiculously strong Kentucky's rotation is going to be next season.

This team is so deep that it could split into Team A and Team B and finish in both first and second place in the SEC.

Don't believe me? I've projected Kentucky's starter and reserve for each position for the 2014-15 season. Take the five reserves and stack them up against the starting five for every other team in the SEC, and just try to argue that any other SEC team is better.

The amount of talent that John Calipari will have in the upcoming season isn't even fairespecially for Derek Willis.

 

All statistics on the following slides are courtesy of ESPN.com or KenPom.com (subscription required).

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