Kyle Macy, who played three seasons at Kentucky, 1977-80, set UK's single-season free-throw percentage record of 0.912 percent in his last year.
Kyle Macy, who played three seasons at Kentucky, 1977-80, set UK's single-season free-throw percentage record of 0.912 percent in his last year.
Kyle Macy, who played three seasons at Kentucky, 1977-80, set UK's single-season free-throw percentage record of 0.912 percent in his last year.

Master a free throw during March Madness

March 12, 2012 01:23 PM

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