Wildcats will play four games at the Atlantis in August against four professional teams
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Pack your bags, Big Blue Nation, because the Kentucky men’s basketball team is headed back to a memorable destination for a foreign basketball tour this August: the Bahamas.
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Bluegrass Sports Nation “IS” the area leader in Sports Coverage
Bluegrass Sports Nation has added the Indy 500 to their long list of events that they cover. BSN covers everything from the Lexington Legends to NASCAR racing at various tracks. BSN is proud to be the leader in the region in High School Sports coverage and unmatched in UK coverage.
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Sophomore played in 49 career games at Kentucky over two seasons
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball forward Sacha Killeya-Jones will transfer from UK, head coach John Calipari announced
Killeya-Jones will be granted a full release with no restrictions.
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DeMarcus Cousins 2013 – Photo by Tammie Brown
Of the 35 players who will compete for a national team spot, four played basketball at UK
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Of the 35 players announced
Friday for the 2018-20 USA Men’s National Team roster of players who are expected to attend the July 25-27 USA Men’s National Team minicamp in Las Vegas, four played basketball at the University of Kentucky. Continue reading NBA Cats Well Represented on USA Basketball National Roster
Freshman guard will sign with an agent, which would effectively ending his career at UK
Video: Knox’s message to BBN
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky’s leading scorer and the Southeastern Conference Freshman of the Year, Kevin Knox, has decided to put his name in the 2018 NBA Draft. He plans to sign with an agent, which would effectively end his collegiate career at UK.
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Wynyard will be leaving UK – Photo by Brendon Miller
Redshirt sophomore played in 23 career games at Kentucky over two seasons
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball forward Tai Wynyard will transfer from UK, head coach John Calipari announced Monday.
Wynyard will be granted a full release with no restrictions.
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UK signee Quickley can shoot
Keldon Johnson also participated in Powerade Jam Fest Slam Dunk Contest
ATLANTA – Big Blue fans yearning for more perimeter threats will get their wish in Kentucky men’s basketball signee Immanuel Quickley.
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Freshman forward from Dallas will not hire an agent
LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky men’s basketball freshman forward PJ Washington announced
Tuesday that he plans to submit his name for the 2018 NBA Draft but will not hire an agent. So long as Washington does not hire an agent, he will have until May 30 (10 days after the NBA Draft Combine) to make a final decision as to whether he wishes to remain in the draft or return to Kentucky. Continue reading UK Basketball – BREAKING – Washington to Declare for 2018 NBA Draft; Eligible to Return
Quade Green drives to the hoop against Kansas St. – Photo by Brendon Miller
The battle of the Wildcats didn’t look like much in the first half as Kansas State led at halftime 33-29. To say the first half of this Sweet 16 match up was ugly, was a complete understatement. These Wildcats combined for 26 fouls as the men in the striped suits seem bent on controlling the game instead of letting both teams play a little. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander hit 11-of 12 free throws in the half, if that tells you how ugly this was. No rhythm at all.
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Though TV audiences may have had issues with the March 15 – 18 action in Taco Bell Arena, it was all good from the floor as the Kentucky Wildcats advanced through the first and second rounds of the South Region by defeating the Davidson Wildcats 78 – 73 and the Buffalo Bulls 95 – 75.
Continue reading How the Cats made it to “Catlanta” by Martin Hackworth