Sunday, August 9, 2015

DeMarcus Cousins, Eric Bledsoe Score 176 Points in Charity Basketball Game

Former Kentucky stars DeMarcus Cousins and Eric Bledsoe played in the Back to School Rally charity basketball game at Railroad Park in Birmingham, Alabama last night.

The two former Wildcats combined to score 176 points in the game. Cousins poured 91 points, and Bledsoe was just behind with 85.

Here is Bledsoe doing an interview at the event:


Anonymous said...

I bet there was some great defense being played. Probably as fun to watch as watching paint dry

Earn a Six Figure Income with Basketball said...

I am exceptionally awed that Bledsoe composed this community service event.At whatever point a highly-paid professional athlete utilizes some of their incomprehensible profit to assist the less fortunate,as opposed to spending it on self-aggrandizing toys,their group, and so on.,it demonstrates that there are still some great good examples in professional sports.

Jeff Collins.

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