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Kentucky Freshman Taunts Louisville With Post-Game T-Shirt

A closeup of a Nike basketball with Kentucky's logo on it.

LEXINGTON, KY - NOVEMBER 09: A basketball with a Kentucky Wildcats logo sits on the floor during the game against the Georgetown College Tigers at Rupp Arena on November 9, 2014 in Lexington, Kentucky. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)

Quade Green has been at Kentucky for less than a year. It hasn't taken him very long to understand how big the UK-Louisville rivalry is.

The Wildcats' freshman point guard decided to taunt his rival after his team's win over Missouri. It was in the form of a T-shirt.

Green, a former top recruit, sported a blue tee that took a shot at Louisville's program. Here's what it said:

"Louisville Doesn’t Exist."


Here's video of Green wearing the shirt. It's from an interview with Kentucky Sports Radio.

If Green wasn't Kentucky fans' favorite player before, he probably is now. Right?

Kentucky's team, meanwhile, has been surging a bit as of late. The Wildcats have won three games in a row.

UK is now 20-9, 9-7 in the SEC. John Calipari's team was struggling earlier this month, but it appears that they've turned it around a bit.