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Would John Calipari Leave Kentucky For New York Knicks?

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cal faceOh boy! More John Calipari to the NBA rumors. They have popped up every March since Calipari took the job at Kentucky in 2009. Each year he returns and denies wanting to coach in the NBA again. Calipari coached the New Jersey Nets for three seasons with a record of 72-112. But his coaching stock […]

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Chris Smith Waived From D-League Team

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c smith uoflFormer Louisville Cardinals guard Chris Smith was released from his NBA D-League team, the Erie BayHawks, Tuesday, they announced. Smith played in just 23 games this season, averaging 8.1 points and 3.3 rebounds per game for the BayHawks. He was in the D-League since November when the New York Knicks released him. Smith played in […]

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Quentin Snider Passes Allan Houston As Ballard’s All-Time Score

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qLouisville signee Quentin Snider passed Allan Houston as Ballard High School’s all-time scorer Saturday night against Eastern High. He needed 27 points coming into the game, he ended the game with 30. Snider still has plenty of season to add onto his record as well. Quentin Snider breaks Allan Houston’s scoring record! — Ballard Athletics […]

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Brandon Knight Hits Game Winner, Beating the NY Knicks 101-98

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Brandon Knight Hits Game Winner, Beating the NY Knicks 101-98What a “Knight” for former Kentucky Wildcat Brandon Knight of the Milwaukee Bucks. Knight hit a game winning 3-point shot with 1.4 seconds remaining to beat the New York Knicks 101-98. He scored 25 points, dished out 7 assists and grabbed 3 rebounds. Here is Knight’s shot.

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