He had just three words to describe the man who defeated him.
Wisconsin ended Kentucky's perfect season Saturday night, with Frank Kaminsky leading Wisconsin's scoring in the 71-64 Final Four victory.
When Kentucky player Andrew Harrison took questions from reporters after the game, his anger toward Kaminsky was palpable.
"I was wondering if you could talk about Kaminsky and what makes him so difficult to defend?" a reporter asked.
Before the reporter could even finish the question, Harrison was muttering in front of a live mic, "F*** that n*****."
The comment was picked up and broadcast on live TV — watch below (content warning: strong language):
The Internet, for its part, was quick to turn the whole thing into a joke (content warning: strong language).
LOL. Kaminsky responds to Harrison's inappropriate comments... https://t.co/4YdL2n8xnh— BtownBanners (@BtownBanners) April 5, 2015
Watch Kaminsky talk about the game below:
UPDATE: Harrison tweeted an apology early Sunday, claiming his words were "used in jest" and that he called Kaminsky to apologize afterward.
First i want to apologize for my poor choice of words used in jest towards a player I respect and know.— Andrew Harrison (@DrewRoc5) April 5, 2015
When I realized how this could be perceived I immediately called big frank to apologize and let him know I didn't mean any disrespect— Andrew Harrison (@DrewRoc5)April 5, 2015
We had a good conversation and I wished him good luck in the championship game Monday.— Andrew Harrison (@DrewRoc5) April 5, 2015
Kentucky is reviewing the incident, Fox News reported.
(H/T: SB Nation)
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