Harrison, caught on a live microphone, uttered "F--- that n----" after a question about Kaminsky was directed to UK forward Karl-Anthony Towns. Harrison apologized on Twitter early Sunday morning after calling Kaminsky.
"He reached out to me, we talked about it, [I'm] over it," Kaminsky told reporters Saturday. "Nothing needs to be made out of it."
Kaminsky, who on Sunday became the first Badger to win the Naismith Award given to the nation's top men's player, had 20 points and 11 rebounds to help Wisconsin to a 71-64 victory to end the Wildcats' quest for a perfect season at 38-1.
Harrison's tweets said his choice of words were used "in jest" and that he "didn't mean any disrespect" to Kaminsky.
Harrison wished him luck in the national title game against the Duke Blue Devils.
Wisconsin coach Bo Ryan, asked if it was a teachable moment, was also ready to quickly put the comments aside and move on.
"In this day and age, it always reminds all of us that whatever we say can and will be heard, it seems," Ryan said. "The teaching moment is the individual himself learned from it obviously by reaching out to Frank, so we'll leave it at that."
Andrew Harrison apologizes for slur about Kaminsky
Shannon Spake discusses Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison's tweets in which he apologized for using a racial slur in reference to Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky.