Kyle Macy

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Kyle Robert Macy (born April 9, 1957, in Fort Wayne, Indiana, United States) is an American basketball broadcaster, currently the color commentator for University of Kentucky telecasts. Macy, raised in Peru, Indiana, played college basketball at Purdue University and the University of Kentucky, and spent seven years in the NBA with the Phoenix Suns, Chicago Bulls and Indiana Pacers. He is now the new coach of the Bluegrass Stallions.

College career

Purdue

1975-1976

The 1975 Indiana "Mr. Basketball" Award winner from Peru High School attended Purdue University, where he played under head coach, Fred Schaus. Macy averaged 13.8 points a game as a freshman, while leading the Boilermakers in free throws, shooting .859 percent from the line on the season. He started in 25 of 27 games, helping them to a 16-11 season record.

Kentucky

1976-1980

After playing his freshman year at Purdue, Macy transferred to the University of Kentucky in 1976. After sitting out the 1976-77 season as mandated by NCAA rules, he started playing at Kentucky in 1977. Macy had a very successful college career, as a three-time All-America and three-time All-SEC player. The 1978 team on which Macy was a starter won the 1978 NCAA National Championship. In his senior year of 1979-80, he became the first Kentucky player ever to be named consensus Southeastern Conference Player of the Year.This award was only instituted in 1965. Four previous Kentucky players had been named SEC...
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