Kentucky Commit Skyy Clark Scores 51 in Junior Season Debut

Nick Roush10 months

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[caption id="attachment_324467" align="alignnone" width="2526"] Andrew Nelles | The Tennessean[/caption] Skyy Clark is pretty good at the game of basketball. Playing in his first game at Ensworth, the high school junior and UK commitment set a school record by scoring 51 points in a 91-76 win over Brentwood. Clark was efficient from the field, knocking down 16 of his 23 shots. After missing his first three-pointer, he knocked down five straight, finishing 5-of-8 on the night and 14-of-17 from the free throw line. He had 36 points in the first half alone.

"It was fun," Clark told The Tennesseean. "They were a super competitive team. They wanted to win as badly as we did. "I just want to win. If I've got to score 50 or get 20 assists or 10 steals — I will do whatever to get the win."

He did not have 20 assists or 10 steals, but he did have five rebounds and five assists. The future Wildcat has a great pull-up jumper. In the first highlight of the night, you'll see that he's ready to join the BBN, saluting Jamal Murray with an arrow after burying a three-pointer. https://twitter.com/overtime/status/1329614273585221633?s=20 Some of the highlights overlap, but that's not going to stop us from sharing them. https://twitter.com/overtime/status/1329626915389444096?s=20 https://twitter.com/Ballislife/status/1329621495417507841?s=20  

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