All posts tagged "Post-Game Mashup"

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Penn

    Re-cap UK's final non-conference game of the regular season against Penn with CoachCal.com Editor David Scott's in-game diary and post-game mash-up of stats, quotes, photos...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Louisville

    Start your New Year off right with the most unique way of re-capping the UK-UL with CoachCal.com Editor David Scott's in-game diary and post-game mash-up...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Coppin State

    Experience the UK-Coppin State game in running diary format with CoachCal.com editor, David Scott. Includes photos, quotes, "ADub's Video Masterpiece" and insight you can't get...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Winthrop

    Join CoachCal.com Editor David Scott as he gives you the UK-Winthrop running diary with the most unique game story in all of the BBN. ALSO:...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: MVSU

    Join CoachCal.com Editor David Scott as he makes Mash-Up history by using only an iPad to compose the UK-MVSU running diary.

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Indiana

    A unique look at UK-IU in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live at Rupp for the contest. It's the running game story...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Notre Dame

    A unique look at UK-ND in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live in Louisville for the contest. It's the running game story...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: North Carolina

    A unique look at UK-UNC in diary format from Editor David Scott who was live in Chapel Hill for the contest. It's the running game...

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: Boston University

    Welcome to the Post-Game Mash-up. CoachCal.com editor, David Scott, keeps a running diary from courtside at every UK game – home and away.

  • Post-Game Mash-Up: UConn

    CoachCal.com's unique "game story" gives you a running diary - and post-game quotes - from UK's 84-67 loss to UConn in the finals of the...

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Earlier in the week, Kentucky head coach John Calipari eluded to the fact that he is often most nervous each year at the NBA Draft. In that sense, Thursday’s NBA Draft at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., could not have been good for Coach Cal’s stomach. When all the dust settled, Jamal Murray was selected seventh overall to the Denver Nuggets, Skal Labissiere went 28th to the Sacramento Kings via a trade with the Phoenix Suns (it should be noted no trades are official on draft day, and are only proposals), and Tyler Ulis was nabbed by the Suns with the 34th pick.