Found February 15, 2013 on
Five Kentucky recruits are among the 24 boys’ high school basketball players selected Thursday to this year’s McDonald’s All American Game. The 36th annual McDonald’s boys’ game will be played April 3 in Chicago and televised live at 9:30 p.m. ET on ESPN. Chicago native Jabari Parker, the No. 2 overall prospect in the ESPN 100, will represent the host city in the game for the West and be matched up against No. 1 prospect Andrew Wiggins for the East. The five Kentucky recruits named McDonald’s All Americans — a record for any one school — are point guard Andrew Harrison, shooting guard Aaron Harrison, small forward James Young, power forward Marcus Lee and center Dakari Johnson. [Continue Reading]
I wonder what John Calipari says to these kids on recruiting trips. I know Kentucky is one of the storied programs in the country, but man do they get a lot of young studs. It’s officially must-go place for the the one-and-done college basketball prospects. There’s just something inherently wrong with promising kids I’ll take you for a year and make sure your draft status is as high as possible after that year.
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John Calipari ripped some of his players after Kentucky suffered an embarrassing 88-58 loss to Tennessee on Saturday.
Devastating injuries are a part of sports, but when that injury is completely preventable it’s even worse. I’m talking of course about Nerlens Noel, the Kentucky Wildcats’ superstar center who never should have been. When players become superstars in college, we never seem to question the NBA’s policy towards draft eligibility, where a player must be a year removed from his...
Witnessing All-Everything Kentucky freshman, Nerlens Noel, lying on the court, writhing in pain, was devastating for the Wildcats and college basketball fans around the country. In UK’s loss to #7 Florida on Tuesday, the 6’10” big man was injured on the ultimate hustle play, and went down in a heap after running into the basket support. [...]
The 2013 McDonald’s All Americans list will feature top ranked prep talent and Canadian-born Andrew Wiggins (Huntington Prep, W.Va.) playing alongside hometown hero and former #1 ranked player Jabari Parker (Simeon Career Academy – Chicago, Ill.). Aaron and Andrew Harrison (William B. Tavis – Richmond, Texas) mark the first set of twins since 2009 – the most recent pairs...
Playing its first game without injured center Nerlens Noel, Kentucky was hammered 88-58 by Tennessee at Thompson-Boling Arena. It marked the most-lopsided win for the Volunteers in series history.
Kentucky begins its "new season" without injured center Nerlens Noel today with a visit to Knoxville, Tenn., to face the Volunteers. Join us on KyScout as we discuss the action on our open basketball forum.
The rosters for the 36th annual McDonald’s High School All American game were just announced. This year’s game will be played on April 3rd at 9:30 in Chicago. 24 players across the country will play in this game.
There will be 5 future Kentucky Wildcats playing in this game. North Carolina, Duke, and Florida all have 2 players playing in this game. 3 players are undecided on...
In the aftermath of people suggesting South Carolina All American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney sit out this season to prevent injury, and Kentucky center Nerlens Noel tearing his ACL a few days ago, some good news has come out just in case it was worse.
Kentucky head coach John Calipari confirmed that Noel had already taken out a $10 million dollar injury insurance policy before...
The 2013 McDonald’s All-American rosters have been announced, and 5 future ‘Cats have made the lists. 6’10” center Dakari Johnson is the only Kentucky representative on the East squad. Aaron & Andrew Harrison, James Young, and Marcus Lee are on the West squad. The ‘Cats have now set the record for the most selections from one school ever. Kentucky has the most selections...