By his freshman year of high school, Jon Hood had it all planned out. He’d earn a scholarship at a major college program playing basketball, go to the pros, make some money, and start a special needs baseball league back home so that people like his brother would have the opportunity to play sports and enjoy in the same things he does.
Nine former John Calipari players — all former Kentucky Wildcats — performed in NBA Summer League competition this year. The leagues, which took place July 7-12 in Orlando, Fla., and in Las Vegas from July 12-22, are generally reserved for rookies and second-year players.
Now that another NBA regular season in the books, it is time to look at the 2012-13 performances of the many former John Calipari and Kentucky players in the Association, as well as look ahead to which guys are in the upcoming NBA playoffs.
With the NBA All-Star break upon us, it is time to look at the 2012-13 performances of the plethora of former John Calipari and Kentucky players in the Association.
The Oklahoma City announced the signing of former Wildcat guard DeAndre Liggins on Wednesday. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, per team policy.
The NBA Summer League concluded in Las Vegas on Sunday, wrapping up the professional debuts of a handful of former John Calipari-coached Wildcats.
The NBA Summer League in Las Vegas got underway Friday, following a week of games in the Orlando Pro League. Several former John Calipari players and Wildcats have been in action, including three of this year’s NBA Draft picks.
Harrison notched 22 points and a career-high seven rebounds in the win over Eastern Michigan and a career-high four assists Sunday night at the Barclays Center against Providence.