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John Calipari pushes Andrew Harrison into Kentucky's offense

Stacy Revere

Everything you need to know about the loss to LSU in one GIF.

Nothing really went as planned for No. 11 Kentucky against LSU: the Wildcats fell into a 22-6 hole early and although they rallied to make the game somewhat competitive, they eventually lost 87-82, their fifth loss of the season.

It's an evening summed up in a GIF, captured by the omnipresent Bubba:

Coach-cal-shove

That, obviously, is John Calipari stepping onto the court and pushing his freshman point guard Andrew Harrison into the team's zone offense. Technically, he stays in the coaching box, but we're pretty sure coaches aren't actually allowed to make contact with on-court players.

It's been a troubling year for Cal and the Harrisons: Andrew, the shovee, was billed as the nation's top point guard recruit, but has shot only 37.6 percent from the floor and barely cracks the top 500 in assist rate in Ken Pomeroy's rankings. He had eight points on seven shots against LSU. His brother Aaron, billed as the top shooting guard in the nation, had 14 points on 13 shots in the loss.

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