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1976-1977 Kentucky Basketball Roster

Front Row (l to r): Head Coach Joe Hall, Dwane Casey, Jay Shidler, Larry Johnson, Kyle Macy, Tim Stephens, Truman Claytor, Assistant Coach Dick Parsons Standing: Manager Tripp Ramsey, Jack Givens, LaVon Williams, Mike Phillips, Rick Robey, James Lee, Merion Haskins, Assistant Coach Leonard Hamilton, Trainer Walt McCombs

#PlayerPositionHometown (Last School)HtWt
4Kyle MacyGuardPeru, IN (High)6'3"180
12Larry JohnsonGuardMorganfield, KY (Union County)6'2"205
15Steve WilliamsGuardErlanger, KY (Lloyd)6'0"170
20Dwane CaseyGuardMorganfield, KY (Union County)6'2"195
21Jack GivensForwardLexington, KY (Bryan Station)6'4"205
22Truman ClaytorGuardToledo, OH (Scott)6'1"180
24Brad LawlessGuardHustonville, KY (Lincoln County)6'2"190
25Jay ShidlerGuardLawrenceville, IL (High)6'1"185
30Merion HaskinsForwardCampbellsville, KY (Taylor County)6'4"205
30Tim StephensGuardRevelo, KY (McCreary County)6'3"190
32James LeeForwardLexington, KY (Henry Clay)6'5"230
52Lavon WilliamsForwardDenver, CO (Manual)6'6"210
53Rick RobeyForward-CenterNew Orleans, LA (Brother Martin High)6'10"235
55Mike PhillipsCenterManchester, OH (High)6'10"235

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On March 2, 1970, Dan Issel scored 42 points against Auburn.

 

On March 2, 1991, before a crowd of 24,310, the then-largest crowd in Rupp arena history, the Wildcats closed out the 1990-91 season with a 22-6 overall record. Although UK was ineligible for the SEC title because of probation, the Wildcats secured the best record in the league (14-4) with a 114-93 win over Auburn to end its two-year probation. A ceremony and parade followed.

 

On March 2, 1996, with a 101-63 victory over Vanderbilt in Rupp Arena on Senior Day, UK became the first team in 40 years to finish with a perfect record in the SEC, a 16-0 sweep. It was the Wildcats’ 25th win in a row, tying the school record for consecutive wins in a season. Two games later, they set the new record at 27 games.

 

On March 2, 2012, Darius Miller, in his final performance at Rupp Arena, led Kentucky in scoring with 17 points on Senior Night in a 30-point win over Georgia.

 

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