For so many of Kentucky’s key pieces, they have long thrived at what they do simply because they were better than everyone else
The NBA scouts lining the wall of the Joe Craft Center probably had a feeling they would leave Lexington wowed by a couple of players. But the guy they talked about the most, the one that left them wowed when they boarded their planes and headed home, wasn’t who most people think it would be.
John Calipari talks about Julius Randle as an alpha beast, Willie Cauley-Stein’s development and more in part three of a four-part preseason Q and A with the UK head coach.
John Calipari previews the season in an in-depth Q and A with local media members.
By now, everyone has heard the numbers. Four years. Seventeen NBA Draft picks. Eight lottery choices. Two No. 1 overall picks. Two Final Fours. A national championship. But until the players who made those numbers come together, it’s difficult to fully understand the parade of basketball talent that has come through Lexington during the John Calipari era.
Coach Cal and ProCamps raised more than $215,000 with a live and silent auction Sunday night at Calipari’s house. The proceeds from the auctions will be joined with the revenue from the fantasy experience and ticket sales from the UK Alumni Charity Game and given to 16 different organizations at Monday night’s game at Rupp Arena.
Since we are less than two weeks away from our annual UK Alumni Charity Game, we are auctioning off five separate Nike basketballs that have been signed by me and six of our NBA pros: DeMarcus Cousins, Eric Bledsoe, Anthony Davis, Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Nerlens Noel and Archie Goodwin.
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 […]