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Zvonimir Ivisic to transfer from Kentucky to Arkansas


Kentucky freshman Zvonimir Ivisic announced Monday he will follow John Calipari and transfer to Arkansas. Ivisic entered the transfer portal over the weekend, becoming the first Kentucky player to leave the program after Mark Pope was named head coach. He's now the first player to follow Calipari to Fayetteville. Ivisic is a 7-foot-2 center from Croatia. (ESPN.com)

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Zvonimir Ivisic to transfer from Kentucky to Arkansas


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