Men's Basketball

32  Brian Long
Brian  Long


Dumont, N.J.

High School:
River Dell

Height / Weight:
5-9 / 155




This is Kentucky Basketball (Feb. 16)

This is Kentucky Basketball


UK Media Day Wrapup

Held at Memorial Coliseum on Thursday, October 16


Wildcats Honored for Academics by NABC

Second straight season UK has been honored by NABC


Kentucky-Kansas State Postgame Notes

Kentucky 56, Kansas State 49


Men's Basketball Media Day Coverage

Video, photos, and transcript from media day


Long on Superstorm Sandy

Brian Long's family lives in New Jersey, an area affected by Superstorm Sandy.


Basketball preseason video interviews: Long talks relationship with Calipari

Basketball preseason video interviews: Long talks relationship with Calipari, family bragging rights, and life as a walk-on at Kentucky


UK meets President Obama

The Kentucky Wildcats visited President Barack Obama at the White House on Friday.


Highlights from UK's NCAA Tournament run

Sports Video compiled footage from Kentucky's six-game trek to the national title in this video.


Locker room talks vs. Kansas

Head coach John Calipari talks to the team before and after the championship win vs. Kansas.


MBB at Texas A&M, 011014

Men's basketball beat Texas A&M 70-64 in double OT at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas.


MBB vs. Michigan, NCAAT, 033014

Kentucky beat Michigan 75-72 in the Elite Eight game played Sunday, March 30, 2014, in Lucas Oil Stadium


MBB vs. Florida, 021514

The men's basketball team fell to Florida 69-59 on Saturday, February 15, 2014, in Lexington's Rupp Arena.


MBB vs. Robert Morris, 111713

The University of Kentucky men's basketball team beat Robert Morris 87-49 on Sunday, November 17, 2013


MBB at Arkansas, 030213

The University of Kentucky men's basketball team fell to Arkansas 73-60 at Bud Walton Arena in Fayettevilly, Ark.

  • Three-time All-SEC Academic team member

2013-14 (JUNIOR): Earned All-SEC Academic team honors for the third consecutive year ... Appeared in UK's SEC Tournament victory over Georgia ... Saw a minute of action in a win over Transylvania.

2012-13 (SOPHOMORE): Appeared in three games in his sophomore season ... Registered his first career steal in a win over Mississippi State ... Played two minutes against Mississippi State, attempting a pair of field goals and recording a steal ... Saw two minutes against Eastern Michigan ... Logged a pair of minutes against Lafayette ... Logged two minutes in exhibition against Northwood ... Saw three minutes of action against Transy.

2011-12 (FRESHMAN): Saw action in 12 games ... Made an appearance in UK's opening NCAA Tournament victory over WKU ... Saw action in a win over Georgia ... Logged his first action in conference play in the win over Ole Miss ... Played in one minute of a victory over Lamar ... Logged a minute of action in a win over Loyola ... Appeared in the Samford win logging one minute ... Saw two minutes of action in a win over Chattanooga ... Played in two minutes of UK's win over St. John's ... Pulled down a defensive rebound in two minutes of action in a win over Portland ... Saw the floor for two minutes in a win over Radford ... Tallied his first career points with a 2-for-4 showing at the free throw line in a win over Penn State ... Also pulled down his first career rebound in that victory ... Saw his first career action in a UK victory over Marist ... Made two appearance in the exhibition contests ... Played seven minutes in the win over Morehouse and pulled down one rebound.

HIGH SCHOOL: Averaged 9.6 points and 5.0 assists per game in senior season at River Dell High School ... Named First Team All-Conference Big North ... Honorable Mention All-County (Bergen County) ... Helped lead team to state playoffs ... As a junior, averaged 9.0 points and 4.0 assists per game ... Named Second Team All-League (Bergen County Scholastic League).

PERSONAL: Son of Brian and Patricia Long ... Has two brothers, Keith and Travis, who played college basketball, Keith at UNLV and Travis at Memphis ... Father played basketball at Creighton.

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