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Kentucky Men’s Basketball Signs Three in Fall Signing Period

UK Signs 3

Herro, Johnson and Quickley sign with the Wildcats
Video: Coach Calipari breaks down the class
LEXINGTON, Ky. – In what’s become somewhat of a fall tradition in college basketball and a celebration of riches in the Big Blue Nation, the Kentucky men’s basketball team has begun building one of the strongest recruiting classes in the country, signing three of the nation’s top players during the early fall signing period. Highly rated prospects Tyler Herro, Keldon Johnson and Immanuel Quickley have all inked national letters of intent with UK. Continue reading Kentucky Men’s Basketball Signs Three in Fall Signing Period

Champions Classic Roundup – KANSAS DEFEATS KENTUCKY 65-61

UK falls in close game with Kansas – Photo by Brendon Miller

Chicago, Illinois, United Center
Champions Classic Game 2
November, 14, 2017
David Leveridge- Bluegrass Sports Nation Beat Writer.

The Night Cap of the Champions Classic, concluded with another battle of the blue bloods.  Kentucky vs Kansas two of the winningest programs in College Basketball history, battled it out in Chicago, Illinois at the United Center the Home of the NBA Chicago Bulls.  The game featured two team’s currently undefeated and both Nationally ranked in the top ten. The game could possible be a preview of the NCAA Final 4, and the hype associated with this game draws a lot of National Attention.   Continue reading Champions Classic Roundup – KANSAS DEFEATS KENTUCKY 65-61

Champions Classic Roundup – DUKE SURVIVES THE BATTLE OF #1 VS #2:

Grayson Allen scored a Champions Classic record 37 points – Photo by Brendon Miller

GRAYSON ALLEN SETS CHAMPION CLASSIC SCORING RECORD WITH 37 POINTS, DUKE SURVIVES 88-81 OVER MICHIGAN STATE

Champions Classic- Chicago, Illinois- United Center
November 14, 2017
Duke vs Michigan State.
David Leveridge- Bluegrass Sports Nation Beat Reporter Continue reading Champions Classic Roundup – DUKE SURVIVES THE BATTLE OF #1 VS #2:

Bell falls 32-6 to Corbin by Anthony Cloud

(Reprinted from Monday)  

Zachery tackle – Photo by Anthony Cloud

Bell County’s season came to an end on Friday in the second round of the Class 3A playoffs. The Bobcats fought through injuries and kept the game close for a half before Corbin pulled away for a 32-6 victory. Bell County ends the year with a 7-5 record while going 2-3 in the district.

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THE RETURN OF RON ARTEST: METTA WORLD PEACE SIGNS WITH THE BIG3, WILL JOIN CHAUNCEY BILLUPS AND STEPHEN JACKSON AS A CO-CAPTAIN OF KILLER 3S

Allen Iverson Will Return as Coach of 3’s Company
Undefeated Trilogy Keeps 2017 Championship Roster Intact; 3 Headed Monsters Exercise Option, Keep Kwame Brown and Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
DeShawn Stevenson, Xavier Silas, Derrick Byars and Andre Owens Lead Class of 25 Returning Players Signed to 2018 Season Draft Pool Continue reading THE RETURN OF RON ARTEST: METTA WORLD PEACE SIGNS WITH THE BIG3, WILL JOIN CHAUNCEY BILLUPS AND STEPHEN JACKSON AS A CO-CAPTAIN OF KILLER 3S

Champions Classic – Kansas holds off UK 65-61

UK falls to Kansas – Photo by Brendon Miller

Champions Classic
United Center – Chicago Illinois
Gm 2 – UK vs Kansas

In the second game of the Champions Classic #4 Kansas did battle with the winningest program in college history, the Kentucky Wildcats. UK entered the game as the #7 team in the country and was coming off 2 close wins at home. The game opened with Kansas taking seven 3 point attempts in the first 4 minutes for a 13-7 lead. Kansas continued their run pushing out to an 18-7 lead behind their three point shooting. The Jayhawk 11-0 run was stopped by a couple Wildcat free throws by Diallo. UK would battle back to within 5 at the under 12 tv timeout, as Duke’s lead was cut to 20-15. Continue reading Champions Classic – Kansas holds off UK 65-61

Champions Classic – Duke defeats Mich St 88-81

Grayson Allen of Duke

Champions Classic
United Center – Chicago Illinois
Gm 1 – Duke vs Michigan State

The Champions Classic kicked off with a matchup of top rated teams as the Duke Blue Devils clashed with the Tom Izzo coached Michigan State Spartans. Both teams have championship asperations and are loaded with talent. Michigan St. would ease out to a 12-9 lead at the 13:49 mark good defense combined with a shaky start by the Blue Devils. Duke wouldn’t stay down long as they ran off 12 straight points to open a 9 point lead of their own by the score of 21-12 before a Ben Carter layup for Michigan State. Grayson Allen, who was booed loudly by the United Center crowd, drilled a three to give Duke their biggest lead at 24-14. Continue reading Champions Classic – Duke defeats Mich St 88-81