Found March 10, 2012 on Next Impulse Sports:
PLAYERS: Casey PratherKyle Wiltjer
Florida and Kentucky are trading blows right now in the SEC Tournament semifinals. There are some big name players on the court, but the first half highlight came from a role player in Casey Prather. If you’re a Kentucky fan or Kyle Wiltjer, you probably shouldn’t watch the below video. For everybody else, here is a thunderous funkadelic slam to brighten your Saturday afternoon: Click here to view the embedded video. Article found on: Cosby Sweaters

Anthony Davis' mom wears unibrow mask

Yes, that is the mother of Anthony Davis and yes she is wearing a little white batman style mask. His dad also looks like he is missing some teeth. What can you expect from a Kentucky team? In the last game of the SEC Tournament, the Vanderbilt Commodores took on the Kentucky Wildcats for the crown. It’s selection Sunday, so be prepared to see if your team made it into the NCAA...

Kentucky puts up Davis billboard in New Orleans

The University of Kentucky actually put up a billboard of Anthony Davis in New Orleans for the SEC Tournament. The billboard was put up by the Big Blue Nation to promote Kentucky’s basketball team during the SEC Tournament and before the NCAA Tournament. This has to be some sort of violation. Anthony Davis is an amateur athlete and his image his being used. There has to be a rule...

Florida’s Prather dunks on Kentucky: Colorado’s Brown Windmill Dunk

Conference Tournament week is almost in the books, but over the last couple of days we have had a couple of highlight dunks. Check them out below. Even though Florida lost to Kentucky on Saturday one of their players still had the play of the game. Casey Prather, who is mainly a role player, had a high light real dunk. Prather took a pass at the free throw line took...

Wildcats are their own worst enemy

John Calipari's demeanor gave it all away. As he desperately screamed and waved his arms Sunday afternoon while he watched his top-ranked team's 7-point lead begin to evaporate in the final minutes of the SEC tournament championship game against third-seeded Vanderbilt, he was helpless. He tried everything, but nothing could stop his team's collapse. And as the final...

Video: Florida’s Casey Prather dunks on Kentucky forward Kyle Wiltjer

    The Kentucky Wildcats (1) defeated the Florida Gators (22) 74-71 this afternoon in the semifinals of the SEC Tournament. The game featured this year’s SEC Coach of the Year (John Calipari), Player of the Year, Freshman of the Year, and Defensive Player of the Year (Anthony Davis), and Sixth Man of the Year [...]

Kentucky’s Anthony Davis Unibrow Mask

The Kentucky Wildcats’ Anthony Davis is projected to be the #1 pick in next spring’s NBA draft and is the favorite to win the Player of the Year award. Not only is Davis impressive on the court, but he rocks a pretty a strong unibrow. Certain social media users like to clown on Davis’ brow,...Read the Rest...

Lack of size leaves Florida coming up short

NEW ORLEANS -- Patric Young was slumped on stool in the Florida locker room, basically shaking his head as he answered questions as politely as he was able, given the circumstances. "We had a great opportunity in front of us ... and we came up short," Young sighed. "It's frustrating." On a day when the Florida Gators did so much right, a six-minute stretch...

No. 1 Kentucky is top seed despite SEC title loss

Top-ranked Kentucky drew the No. 1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament on Sunday despite a surprising loss in the SEC tournament championship. The Wildcats (32-2) don't know who they'll face next. That will be decided when a pair of 16 seeds - Mississippi Valley State and Western Kentucky - duke it out in Dayton, Ohio as part of the four first-round games. For now, Kentucky...

NCAA Bracket 2012: South Region Gets Kentucky, No. 1 Overall Seed

The South Region of the 2012 NCAA Tournament bracket may well belong to the Kentucky Wildcats. John Calipari’s Wildcats are the No. 1 overall seed in the tournament, and get a bracket that sets up nicely for them, with what could be a short road to the Final Four consisting of an in-state trip to Louisville and a drive down to Atlanta. The Wildcats got favorable No. 2 and No....

No. 1 Kentucky upset by Vandy in SEC final, 71-64

John Calipari said from the time he arrived in the Big Easy that he didn't like conference tournaments. After top-ranked Kentucky endured three tough games in as many days with no league title to show for it, his opinion wasn't bound to change any time soon. ''I wish this would have happened yesterday so we got home a day earlier,'' Calipari said Sunday...

Kentucky’s SEC Champions shirt still applies

Kentucky lost the SEC Tournament to Vanderbilt 71 – 64, but their fans were prepared. Maybe this shirt applies to regular season champs?

Gators Fall to No. 1 Kentucky

NEW ORLEANS -- If John Calipari's top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats encounter late-game adversity in the NCAA tournament, they'll know how to handle it. Anthony Davis had 15 points and 12 rebounds, and Kentucky held off Florida 74-71 on Saturday in the semifinals of the Southeastern Conference tournament.

Gators Advance With Win Over Alabama

NEW ORLEANS -- One of Florida's biggest assets is its ability to shoot the 3. The Gators are learning how to win when they've lost their touch. Bradley Beal scored 16 and Florida (No. 19 ESPN/USA Today, No. 22 AP) beat Alabama 66-63 in the Southeastern Conference tournament quarterfinals on Friday despite a rough performance from outside.
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