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NBA Draft Will Have Seven Wildcats Going

NBA Draft Will Have Seven Wildcats Going

In the upcoming NBA draft that will be held this summer, seven University of Kentucky Wildcats will be eligible. It marks the first time that seven players will be eligible to be drafted from the same team. The draft is scheduled to be held June 25 in Brooklyn NY at the new Barclays Center arena. The […]

Final Four Preview

Final Four Preview

College basketball is ready to celebrate the last four teams standing in the NCAA tournament in its final weekend of play in Indianapolis. This season’s Final Four consists of two great matchups with four historically great teams and four of the best coaches in all of the sport ready to battle for a chance at […]

Sweet 16 Preview

Sweet 16 Preview

The first weekend of the NCAA tournament is full of buzzer beaters, upsets and unpredictable outcomes. Now that the tournament is slimmed down to just 16 teams the games become even more intense because every remaining team now feels they have a legitimate shot at cutting down the nets in Indianapolis come April 6th. Now […]

Duke Dominates Notre Dame to Avenge Loss

Duke Dominates Notre Dame to Avenge Loss

Only about a week before this matchup Notre Dame won an extremely close game over fellow ACC title contenders Duke by a score of 77-73. That game clearly left a bad taste in the mouth of the Blue Devils because in the rematch at Cameron Indoor they dominated the fighting Irish winning by a final […]

Krzyzewski Gets to 1,000 Career Wins

Krzyzewski Gets to 1,000 Career Wins

With a win over St Johns, Duke head coach Mike Krzyzewski became the first Division 1 head coach to reach 1000 wins in their career. Coach K started at his alma mater Army, but has spent the last 35 years at Duke turning it into one of, if not the, premier programs in all of […]

Kentucky Wildcats Dominate North Carolina Tar Heels 84-70

Kentucky Wildcats Dominate North Carolina Tar Heels 84-70

In a huge matchup of traditional college basketball powerhouses, University of North Carolina traveled to Lexington to take on number one ranked Kentucky. The Wildcats got a dominant win by a score of 84-70 in what might have been their best offensive performance of the season so far. North Carolina showed flashes of being able […]

Indiana Player Hits Teammate After Underage Drinking

Indiana Player Hits Teammate After Underage Drinking

Emmitt Holt, a freshman player on the Indiana University basketball team was issued a citation fork underage drinking after hitting teammate, Devin Davis with his vehicle. According to a statement by police, Holt and some other passengers had just finished dropping Davis off in a parking lot on the campus. The statement indicated that when […]

Ray Smith, Five Star Basketball Recruit, Tears ACL

Ray Smith, Five Star Basketball Recruit, Tears ACL

Ray Smith, one of the top high school basketball players in the country, has suffered a torn ACL at the adidas Unrivaled basketball camp in Chicago. Currently ranked as the tenth best recruit in the country by Rivals.com, Smith, a small forward from Las Vegas, has received offers from Arizona, UCLA, Oregon, Connecticut, Georgetown and others. […]

Isiah Austin Career Ends Days Prior to NBA Draft

Isiah Austin Career Ends Days Prior to NBA Draft

It has not been an uncommon thing for potential professional basketball players to be hit with an injury just prior to being drafted. After all, it was only last week that Joel Embiid had surgery on his foot to fix a stress fracture. However, a more serious case has now entered the foray as Baylor […]

Kentucky Shows John Calipari the Money

Kentucky Shows John Calipari the Money

If there was ever any doubt in the minds of college basketball fans that Kentucky is among the most elite programs in the country, look no further than the seven-year, $52.5 million dollar contract they have given coach, John Calipari. Behind Calipari the Wildcats continue to win, so when he says “jump,” the university asks […]

Zach LaVine Crazy Hops Not Quite a Slam Dunk in NBA

Zach LaVine Crazy Hops Not Quite a Slam Dunk in NBA

The NBA playoffs may be in full swing, but scouts and GM’s are already filling out their draft boards and keeping an eye on the next big thing. Zach LaVine, the 6’6” combo guard from UCLA showcased his impressive hops and athletic ability recently during an NBA draft workout, throwing down a series of windmill […]

Joel Embiid Back Problems a Concern for Cleveland

Joel Embiid Back Problems a Concern for Cleveland

What is not to like about a 7’0” 250 pound center who has at times been compared to Hall of Famer, Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon? On the surface, there is not much to dislike about Joel Embiid, the Cameroon born center who played his one and only season at Kansas. However, just like every great […]

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