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The Kentucky Wildcats once again brought in an excellent class, but they didn't absolutely dominate the rest of their league. Florida also brought in a strong group with many other schools filling key needs with top talent.
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Kentucky Wildcats coach John Calipari says some of his players were crying following the team’s 78-74 loss to Michigan State on Tuesday night, and he believes that’s a good thing. “We had guys crying in there, which is a good thing,” Calipari said after the game. “That was Michael Kidd-Gilchrist after Indiana last year. So […]
The 40and0.com website that fans created for the Kentucky Wildcats after they were named preseason #1 didn’t take long to become a massive failure. It’s going to be pretty tough to sell 40 and 0 shirts for $14.95 after losing to Michigan State 78-74. To make matters worse, the website 39and1.com has already been bought and is mocking the Wildcats loss. This is why you should...
Before last night’s matchup between No. 1 Kentucky and No. 2 Michigan State, both coaches – John Calipari and Tom Izzo – took turns complimenting the other’s team. Calipari told reporters that it was “no fair” that his young players had to play an experienced Spartans team so early in the season. Izzo countered by saying that Kentucky has “7 first-round picks” on...
Kentucky coach John Calipari signed forwards Trey Lyles and Karl Towns and guards Devin Booker and Tyler Ulis for next season.
"All four of these guys are skilled for their position and they have the ability to score," Calipari said Thursday in a release. "We're happy to announce they will be joining us next fall."
Scouting sites have rated the 6-foot-10...
Tonight, No. 2 Michigan State knocked off No. 1 Kentucky 78-74 at the Champions Classic in Chicago. The game was a tightly contested battle and Calipari’s freshmen held their own against a veteran Spartans team, although they eventually shot themselves in the foot at the free throw line, where they missed 16 crucial attempts.
However, despite a great second half that made the...
The young Cats made a great comeback in the second half, but fell short at the hands of Sparty. John Calipari stated before the game how unfair it was to face such an experienced team this early.
Despite the inexperience, it was evident Kentucky felt they should have won. All I needed to know was what Calipari said in the postgame.
“We had guys crying in there, which is a good...
It’s rare that college basketball fans get to see so many exciting games so early in the season. Competition this tough isn’t witnessed until much later in the season, and sometimes not until the NCAA tournament. Taking part in tonight’s Champions Classic in Chicago is no. 1 ranked Kentucky Wildcats and no. 2 ranked Michigan […]
The convenient storyline of Kentucky’s matchup against Michigan State will be one of raw talent vs. college experience.Kentucky started four...