Mike Pratt, Kentucky basketball Hall of Famer, dies at 73


LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky basketball Hall of Famer and radio analyst Mike Pratt died Thursday just after a battle with most cancers.

He was 73.

A Dayton, Ohio, native, Pratt played for Kentucky from 1966 to 1970. He was a two-time to start with-crew All-SEC variety. As a senior, Pratt was named a Converse 2nd-group All-American just after averaging 19.3 points and 9.5 rebounds per video game.

Pratt spent two seasons playing for the Kentucky Colonels in the American Basketball Association before setting up a coaching vocation. As an assistant coach, he served lead Charlotte to the 1977 NCAA Closing 4.

Pratt later on served as head mentor at Charlotte for 4 seasons, compiling a 56-52 file.

Mike Pratt broadcasts the Kentucky versus Indiana game. 
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In October 2001, Pratt was named the men’s basketball colour analyst for the British isles radio network. He ongoing his obligations together with enjoy-by-engage in man Tom Leach in modern decades while going through cancer treatment plans.

Pratt also hosted a radio exhibit in Louisville with fellow Kentucky basketball legend Dan Issel, who he played with for both United kingdom and the Colonels. 


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