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Fred VanVleet On Kentucky's Harrison Twins: "If They Keep Playing Like That They'll Be Cutting Down Nets"

Andrew and Aaron Harrison, the twin guards who came to Kentucky this year with much fanfare as a part of a star-studded freshman class, have had an up-and-down season, but they certainly seem to be figuring this college basketball thing out at the right time.

Today against No. 1 seed Wichita State, Andrew went for 20 points while Aaron scored 19, good for first and second on the team. While John Calipari was likely impressed, they earned a fan on the other side as well, in Shocker point guard Fred VanVleet.

">@FredVanVleet on UK's Harrisons: "Theyre phenomenal. If they keep playin like that theyll be cuttin down nets"

— Jason King (@JasonKingBR)

Classy quote from WichState's @FredVanVleet on UK's Harrisons: "Theyre phenomenal. If they keep playin like that theyll be cuttin down nets"

— Jason King (@JasonKingBR) March 24, 2014

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The Harrisons will have their work cut out for them with Louisville's Russ Smith and Chris Jones. In the regular season match-up between the two teams, Smith scored 19 and Jones 18, while Andrew Harrison led Kentucky with 18 points and Aaron chipped in 10. The backcourt battle, as well as the one in the frontcourt between Montrezl Harrell and Julius Randle, should be a joy to watch.