Nov 25, 2013; Lexington, KY, USA; Kentucky Wildcats guard Andrew Harrison (5) and guard Aaron Harrison (2) talk during a time out in the game against the Cleveland State Vikings at Rupp Arena. Kentucky defeated Cleveland State 68-61. Mandatory Credit: Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Kentucky Wildcats Basketball: What will happen if the Harrison Twins come back?

John Calipari has already signed 2014 point guard Tyler Ulis for next year, and many believed he would battle Dominique Hawkins for the starting point guard position, but what happens if the Harrison Twins decide to come back for one more year?

I know a lot of people who are saying the Harrison Twins are either going as a whole to the NBA or both are coming back. I don’t think any of the Kentucky fans would have a problem with them coming back for a second year, but it raises the question about Tyler Ulis, and his role next season.

I would think it could work wonders for Ulis; because he would go against them everyday in practice, and learn how to go against bigger guards which would be in the case in almost every game for him. Tyler has already signed his LIO to Kentucky, and if he decided to transfer would have to sit out a year, but I don’t think that will happen.

Here is what I think would happen IF Andrew, and Aaron decided to come back next season. Andrew would start at the point, and Aaron would start at the 2 just like this season, but now Calipari could sub two for two with Dominique Hawkins, and Tyler Ulis coming off the bench. I believe Ulis would play 10-15 minutes a game, and start the following season. Either way its a great problem for Kentucky fans to look at; because that is a lethal backcourt with a combination of size, and speed.

Now, let me be clear I have no idea what the Twins are going to do, but it was something that came to mind, and a very interesting topic.

Devin Booker will start at the 3 spot, and play a role like James Young is doing this season, because I feel that Young is working his way up the draft boards quickly.

The future is very bright for the University of Kentucky, and as a fan I love talking about possible lineups with this much talent.

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