On Friday, Cauley-Stein suffered a minor right hand injury during basketball activity, sidelining him for 10-14 days, according to UK Athletics. Under that timetable, Cauley-Stein would be back in time for Big Blue Madness on Oct.18.
Julius Randle wants to be the best, and he’s willing to do whatever it takes to get there. Randle is the focus of part two of our “Meet the Wildcats” series.
Nerlens Noel has said he’s well ahead of schedule on his road to recovery. He sure looks like it in an all-access piece ESPN did with him recently.
If he had to do it all over again, Nerlens Noel wouldn’t change a thing. Knowing what he knows now, that his left anterior cruciate ligament would tear and he would miss the rest of the season in a game his team would lose by double digits, Noel would make the hustle play again and again.
Nerlens Noel met with the local media Tuesday for the first time since declaring for the NBA Draft. Noel, who toyed with returning to Kentucky because of his knee injury and next year’s recruiting class, said he is grateful for his lone year in college, albeit a short one.
Two days after announcing he would forego his sophomore season and enter the 2013 NBA Draft, Nerlens Noel joined the Dan Patrick Show Wednesday morning for his first public interview since the big news.
Anthony Davis can’t catch a break these days. Plagued with nagging injuries throughout the year, the former Kentucky Wildcat was officially shut down for the year on Thursday with a sprained medial collateral ligament and bone bruise in his left knee.
ARLINGTON, Texas – One could blame it on the hour-and-a-half delay from the four-overtime Kentucky-Baylor women’s basketball game earlier in the night, but that would be making an excuse for a UK team that showed a lot of glaring holes in its 67-62 loss to Baylor on Friday night. No, after watching his team get […]