Tomorrow's KSR will be Smooth

Tomorrow's KSR will be Smooth

Nick Roushabout 4 years

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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="451"] Andy Lyons | Getty Images[/caption] One of the first Kentucky basketball players to befriend KSR is taking over the airwaves for the first time tomorrow.  A man who's been a part of many legendary KSR stories, Ramel "Smooth" Bradley will sit in Matt Jones' big chair during his final week of vacation. A member of the 1,000-point club, Bradley played for Tubby Smith and Billy Gillispie from 2004-2008.  The Smooth New York point guard didn't take crap from nobody.  He proved it as a freshman by squaring up toe-to-toe with future No. 1 overall NBA Draft pick Andrew Bogut in the 2005 Sweet 16. A star just before the YouTube era, finding highlights can be tricky, but I managed to find this 21-point performance form Bradley's junior year. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JYOETqszbkg A man who deserves plenty of credit for preventing the wheels from completely flying off during the Gillispie era, he's experienced plenty of success since his Kentucky career ended.  Bradley won a ton of basketball games overseas, he's currently investing into Eastern Kentucky coal country, but his crowning achievement is creating the song, "It's not your booty, it's your beauty." https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aggTCROtGmc Hear more from Smooth tomorrow from 10:00-noon on your favorite KSR affiliate.

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