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UK NBA Draft Projections 2014

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, Dakari Johnson, James Young, john calipari, Julius Randle, Kentucky Sports, Marcus Lee, Uncategorized, Willey Cauley Stein | No Comments

james young toma hawkUK NBA Draft Projections 2014 According to “Draft Express” the 2014 NBA Draft will see three UK players drafted in the first round with no players being taken in the second round. Julius Randle is projected at #4 to the Utah Jazz, Willey Cauley Stein #12 to the Denver Nuggets and James Young #25 to […]

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National Championship Preview: Kentucky Wildcats vs. Connecticut Huskies

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Alex Poythress, Andrew Harrison, Dakari Johnson, Dallas Texas, Deandre Daniels, Derek Willis, Dominique Hawkins, final four, florida, James Young, john calipari, Julius Randle, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, kevin ollie, louisville, Marcus Lee, national championship, NCAA Tournament, North Texas, Ryan Boatright, Shbazz Napier, UCLA, UConn Connecticut Huskies, UK, Uncategorized, Villanova, Wichita State, Wisconsin | No Comments

imageCollege basketball will end tonight as the National Championship game is here. 7th seeded Connecticut will play 8th seeded Kentucky at 9:05pm in Dallas to take home the crown. UK will look to hang championship #9, just two back of the all-time leader UCLA, would be their 2nd in three years and John Calipari’s second. […]

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Kentucky vs Wisconsin Final Four Game Outlook

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, Arizona, Baylor, Big Blue, Big Ten, bo ryan, Dakari Johnson, Dallas Texas, final four, florida, Frank Kaminsky, jd shelburne, Jerry's World, john calipari, Julius Randle, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, louisville, Marcus Lee, michigan, NCAA Tournament, North Texas, sec, UK, Uncategorized, Wichita State, Willie Cauley-Stein, wisconsin badgers | No Comments

imageDestination Dallas was a success as Kentucky has returned to the Final Four! This is the Wildcats 16th final four appearance in school history, first since their National championship in 2012. This year has been a roller cosster ride. Preseason hype of 40-0 to a 10 loss season with most expecting a eslry NCAA exit. […]

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Harrison Twins To The NBA Seems Like A Big Possibility

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, final four, Harrison Twins, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, nba, nba draft, NCAA Tournament, UK, uk basketball, Uncategorized, wildcats | No Comments

twins harrisons ukCrazy how much things can change in a month. At the beginning of March both Aaron and Andrew Harrison were out of pretty much all 2014 NBA Mock Drafts and the Kentucky Wildcats were having what many considered a dud of a year. Now the Wildcats are heading to the Final Four and the Harrison […]

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Kentucky Scores Earliest Point In NCAA History After Kansas State Pregame Dunk

By | a, Andrew Harrison, Brian Rohleder dunk, College Sports, kansas state dunk, Kansas State Wildcats, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, ncaa history basketball, NCAA Tournament, Uncategorized | No Comments

Kentucky freshman guard Andrew Harrison scored a point before any time went off the clock, making it the earliest point in NCAA history. Why? A Kansas State walk-on Brian Rohleder dunked the ball during the pregame layup drill. Yeah, that is a rule. A technical foul was called on Kansas State which sent Harrison to […]

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Kentucky Knocks Out Georgia, Will Face Florida For SEC Title

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, anthony davis, bbn, Catlanta, Dakari Johnson, demarcus cousins, florida gators, georgia bulldogs, James Young, john calipari, Julius Randle, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, ncaa, sec, Southeastern Conference Tournament, UGA, UK, Uncategorized, Willie Cauley-Stein | No Comments

imageKentucky just finished off Georgia 70-58 during the second semi-final game of the Southeastern Conference tournament. UK will now face Florida tomorrow afternoon for the SEC Championship down in Cat-lanta! It was a very fast start for Kentucky, going up double-figures on 6-7 shooting. This is one thing we are not used to seeing from […]

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Could The Harrison Twins Be Declaring For The NBA Draft?

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, chad ford, College Sports, Harrison Twins, James Young, john calipari, Julius Randle, kentucky basketball, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, nba, nba draft, UK, uk basketball, Uncategorized, Willie Cauley-Stein | No Comments

twins harrisonAndrew and Aaron Harrison have been taken off of most analyst’s mock 2014 NBA Draft board, but could the twins still be planning on taking a chance at the next level? Story first seen on KYSportsConnection.com According to ESPN.com’s NBA Draft expert Chad Ford, Kentucky could have four to five players leaving for the draft […]

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Risinger Review: Is This Kentucky team National Championship Worthy?

By | Aaron Harrison, alabama crimson tide, Andrew Harrison, anthony grant, bbn, john calipari, Julius Randle, kentucky, Lexington, LSU, michigan state, National Champions, North Carolina, Rupp Arena, south carolina, Uncategorized | No Comments

We feel your painSorry for the hiatus guys, planning a wedding is not easy, but after a dreadful last week or so for the big blue faithful, I just have to vent. My frustrations  with this team do not compare to any of  Calipari’s teams. Not even last year’s doomed squad. Now I can get over a loss to a […]

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Kentucky Victorious on the Road Against Ole Miss 84-70

By | a, Aaron Harrison, Andrew Harrison, bbn, florida, James Young, john calipari, Julius Randle, Kentucky Sports, Kentucky Wildcats, LSU, marshall henderson, ole miss rebels, UK, Uncategorized | No Comments

imageKentucky moved to 20-6 to tonight after dunking all over Ole Miss in to the 00-00 victory on the road. It was one of the better performances of the season for Kentucky. Coming out very focused for the most part baring some early turnovers. The offense was clicking, hitting five three balls in the first […]

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