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Kentucky Wildcats Hosting World's Largest Game Of Knockout

Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls. By coming to this site and supporting the Kentucky Wildcats, there is a pretty good chance that you have heard of a game called basketball. As you well know, the Kentucky Wildcats are the MOST storied team in ALL of college basketball. Therefore, by supporting them, it is clear that you have a love for basketball, correct? Well, I have another question for you. Have you ever wanted to break a world record? Be apart of something that (could) stand the test of time? If so, then I have something for you, that combines your love for basketball with a desire to break a world record.

Tonight, Saturday August 23, the University of Kentucky Christian Student Fellowship is hosting the World’s Largest Game of Knockout. Things will begin at 11pm on the Johnson Center Outdoor Courts on the University of Kentucky’s campus. They are bidding to shatter the current record, and will let anyone come and participate in the event. And to make it better, it has been confirmed that Willie Cauley-Stein, Aaron Harrison, and Andrew Harrison are going to be there. The staff at CSF is working hard to get other player, from both the men’s and women’s teams, to be there as well as John Calipari and Matthew Mitchell.

So, if you’re in Lexington tonight at 11pm, come on over to Kentucky’s campus, find your way to the Johnson Center Outdoor Courts, and shoot your way into the record books at the World’s Largest Game of Knockout. If you’re still not convinced for whatever reason, check out the promo video below that the staff over at Christian Student Fellowship put together.

Knockout Challenge Video from UK CSF on Vimeo.

Now, if that didn’t convince you, then I don’t know what will. But I’ll be there tonight, and I look forward to seeing you there too!

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