Randle’s generous spirit on display in Blue-White Game

jtipton@herald-leader.comOctober 30, 2013 

When the supposed superstar player is generous in spirit and comfortable in a lead role, it has to help a basketball team.

Kentucky's Blue-White Game on Tuesday night continued to show that freshman Julius Randle handles well the label of alpha dog. He even threw in a bit of self-deprecation, which can go a long way toward Norman Vincent Peale’s idea of winning friends and influencing people.

Read more about how Randle's unselfish approach led to a big night on Jerry Tipton's UK basketball blog.

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