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0  Marcus Lee
Marcus  Lee

Class:
Sophomore

Hometown:
Antioch, Calif.

High School:
Deer Valley

Height / Weight:
6-9 / 220

Position:
Forward

Experience:
2VL


05/21/2015

Wildcats Unveil Formidable Non-Conference 2015-16 Schedule

Wildcats will play 10 teams that advanced to the postseason in 2014-15, including national champion Duke

04/29/2015

Lee, Poythress, Ulis Press Conference

Held at the Joe Craft Center

04/23/2015

Wildcats Rank Fourth on SEC Winter Sports Academic Honor Roll

65 UK student-athletes earn spots on honor roll

04/07/2015

Calipari Named Adolph Rupp Coach of the Year

UK's coach earns award in addition to AP, Naismith, Sporting News and NABC Coach of the Year

04/05/2015

Kentucky-Wisconsin Postgame Notes

Wisconsin 71, Kentucky 64

04/04/2015

MBB vs. Wisconsin, Final Four, 040415

Men's basketball team lost to Wisconsin 71-64 in the 2015 NCAA National Semifinals on Saturday, April 4, 2015

03/28/2015

MBB vs. Notre Dame, NCAA Tournament, 032815

Men's basketball beat Notre Dame 68-66 on Saturday, March 28, 2015, to advance to the Final Four.

03/26/2015

Men's Basketball vs. West Virginia - Sweet 16

NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-Midwest Regional-West Virginia vs Kentucky (USATSI)

03/25/2015

NCAA Tournament Sweet 16 Practice and Media Session

Kentucky practices and meets with the media as they prepare to face West Virginia in the Sweet 16

03/21/2015

MBB vs. Cincinnati, NCAA Tournament, 032115

Men's basketball beat Cincinnati 64-51 in the third round of the 2015 NCAA Tournament at the KFC Yum! Center.

  • 2015 SEC Community Service Team member
  • 2014 Midwest Region NCAA All-Tournament Team
  • Two-time All-SEC Academic Team member

2014-15 (SOPHOMORE): Named to the SEC Community Service Team for his accomplishments away from the basketball court ... Second-time member of the SEC Academic Honor Roll ... Saw action in all 39 games for the Wildcats ... Posted career highs in points per game, rebounds per game, minutes per game and field-goal percentage in 2014-15 ... Averaged 2.6 points, 2.7 rebounds and blocked 27 shots ... Shot a team-best 64.4 percent from the field ... Made at least half his shots in 20 of the 26 games he attempted a shot in ... Posted four points and five rebounds, including a jaw-dropping alley-oop dunk over teammate Devin Booker, in the win over No. 20 West Virginia ... Had a career-high-tying eight rebounds in addition to six points vs. Auburn at Rupp Arena ... Scored eight points and grabbed a team-high five boards in a win over Alabama at home ... Blocked a career-high-tying four shots at South Carolina ... Produced a balanced seven-point, six-rebound game in just 12 minutes in the home victory over Vanderbilt ... Notched eight points on a perfect 4-for-4 day against No. 21 North Carolina ... Scored a season-high 10 points on 5-of-6 shooting in just 13 minutes of play against Eastern Kentucky ... Opened the season with three straight performances of five rebounds or more.

2013-14 (FRESHMAN): Claimed SEC Academic honors ... Saw action in 25 games and made four starts in his freshman season ... Averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 rebounds per game ... Earned Midwest Region NCAA All-Tournament team accolades after pouring in 10 points and hauling in eight rebounds in a Sweet 16 win over Michigan ... Tallied four points on two dunks in UK's 74-73 win over Wisconsin in the Final Four ... Delivered his best performance of the season to help UK advance past Michigan in the Elite Eight, scoring 10 points, grabbing eight boards, including seven offensive, and swatting two shots in 15 minutes of action ... Had a put-back dunk in two minutes of a win over LSU ... Scored on a dunk in nine minutes of action vs. Missouri ... Scored on a put-back and added a rebound in a win over Georgia ... Had an assist in the win over Mississippi State ... Tallied 10 points and three blocks in UK's win over UT Arlington ... Made his first career start against Robert Morris ... Pulled down six rebounds in UK's win over Northern Kentucky ... Ranked second on the team with 17 points in collegiate debut vs. UNC Asheville ... Scored three points and added a pair of rebounds in a win over Transylvania ... Sunk a pair of free throws and added two rebounds in three minutes of action in a win over Montevallo.

HIGH SCHOOL: Notched 17.7 points, 19.5 rebounds and 6.7 blocks per game in his senior season at Deer Valley ... Earned Bay Area Player of the Year accolades ... Also an exceptional volleyball player who helped lead his team to a sectional title as a senior ... Averaged 13.9 points, 13.1 rebounds, 9.1 blocks and 1.3 steals as a junior ... In his first AAU competition he registered a triple-double that was highlighted by 11 blocked shots ... Ranked as the No. 17 overall player and the No. 5 power forward in his class by Rivals ... ESPNU Recruiting has him rated as the No. 30 overall prospect and the ninth-best power forward ... Scout has him tabbed as the No. 40 overall player and the No. 3 center ... Joined five classmates at the Jordan Brand and McDonald's High School All-America games.

PERSONAL: Son of Sherri and Ronnie Lee ... Born Sept. 14, 1994 in San Francisco, Calif. ... Chose Kentucky over Cal, Louisville and Duke.

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