Kentucky PG De’Aaron Fox declares for NBA Draft

De’Aaron Fox is the first Kentucky underclassmen to declare for the 2017 NBA Draft, the school announced Monday.

The 6-3 point guard displayed electric end-to-end speed in his lone college basketball season while leading Kentucky to the Elite Eight.

“I’m grateful for the unbelievable season we had,” Fox said. “Although the ending didn’t turn out how we wanted it to, this team came together as a family and we achieved things that a lot of people didn’t think we could because we were so young.

“He’s like, ‘How do you think Beyonce is in such great shape?’ I’m like, ‘Uh, I don’t know.’

“(Garnett says) One time I saw (Beyonce) working out. She was doing her dances, and she was singing while she was dancing. So then I’m thinking to myself, ‘Maybe I should run and sing at the same time?’ So in the offseasons, I would go to Malibu — I would go down to the beach — and I’d run on the beach and I’d be like, ‘La la la, la la la, la la la,’ while I’m running. So then, when I get on the court — I’m getting back on defense; I’m talking on defense — I don’t get tired. …

“(Garnett) told me like, after the first game of a back-to-back — so in between games — that I should go run on a treadmill for 30 minutes, and that I should lift weights. KG, if you’re listening, I’m sorry I’m giving away your secrets, but I don’t know if that’s for me.”

Yep, basketball weirdo.

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