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It’s an important lesson to remember when you’re sitting down in front of a microphone: Your mic is always on.
So when a reporter asks about Wisconsin’s Frank Kaminsky and you’re Andrew Harrison and you just lost a tough, hard-fought game and the dorkiest looking guy in Indianapolis dominated all night, it’s probably best not to say, “F— that n—-.” That’s sure what it sounds like Harrison says in the video below:
That video is from a press conference shortly after the Badgers upset the previously undefeated Wildcats 71-64 in Saturday’s second national semifinal and avenged a loss to Kentucky in the same round a year ago.
It’s not entirely clear if Kaminsky was the intended target of Harrison’s muffled words, but the comment came right after a reporter directed a question about Kaminsky toward Kentucky’s Karl-Anthony Towns: “Karl, could you talk about Kaminsky and what if anything is unique about defending him?”
Imagine if Kaminsky had said this about Harrison’s brother, Aaron, last year after that killer 3-pointer that eliminated the Badgers in the 2014 national semifinals. Kaminsky would have been executed by a social media mob. Perhaps literally.
Andrew Harrison addressed it on Twitter a few hours later, saying he’d spoken to Kaminsky.
[UPDATE: Kaminsky confirmed Sunday that Harrison reached out to him, and then the All-America forward quickly dismissed the topic.
“Nothing needs to be made out of it,” Kaminsky said.]
Kentucky said it planned to speak with Harrison.
“We have no comment until we have had a chance to evaluate it,” Kentucky spokesman Eric Lindsey said.
Wisconsin’s win — which came with its own share of controversy — ended Kentucky’s bid to be college basketball’s first-ever 40-0 team. No doubt it was a tough loss to handle.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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