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The Kentucky Wildcats announced that blue chip prospect Archie Goodwin is leaving big blue early for the NBA draft while Willie Cauley-Stein and Kyle Wiltjer (yet another McDonald’s All-American) will return to the Kentucky Wildcats next season. Coach John Calipari announced their decisions Monday.
So we’ll have to update our 2013 NBA Draft early entries list. And this announcement will send shock waves throughout NBA Mock Drafts everywhere. (of course, ours is the most accurate two years running)
In the Calipari era, Kentucky Wildcats past and future have dominated two events- the McDonald’s All American game and the NBA Draft. Kentucky has always had a presence in both, but Coach Cal has taken it up a notch. The 2012 NBA Draft first round was owned by Kentucky Wildcats, and the 2013 McDonald’s All-American game will set a new record with five players destined for Lexington.
Goodwin averaged a team-best 14 points for the Wildcats. They followed up their 2012 national championship ...
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Moments after their shocking NIT loss to Robert Moss, Kentucky guard Archie Goodwin tweeted out that he was returning to school because he wasn’t ready for the draft.
A few weeks have gone by and with the top recruiting class in the past 20 years heading to Lexington, Goodwin has had a change of heart.
CBSSports.com is reporting that Archie Goodwin has decided to turn pro and will...
More Kentucky players have made their decisions:
Willie Cauley-Stein has announced that he will stay at Kentucky.
Willie and Kyle believe it is in their best interest to return to UK next season to achieve those dreams, & I fully support their decisions.
— John Calipari (@UKCoachCalipari) April 1, 2013
On the other hand, Archie Goodwin has officially declared for the 2013...
Archie Goodwin has decided to forego his sophomore year and put his name in the NBA Draft. Goodwin lead the ‘Cats in scoring with a little over 14 points per game. Willie Cauley-Stein and Kyle Wiltjer have decided to return to Kentucky for the 2013-14 season.
2 weeks ago after Kentucky’s season ended at the hands of Robert Morris, Goodwin was quoted saying this: “I don’t...
Kentucky has announced that Archie Goodwin is leaving early for the NBA while Willie Cauley-Stein and Kyle Wiltjer will be back next season.
Coach John Calipari announced their decisions Monday.
Calipari says he wanted Goodwin to return for his sophomore season but ''I fully support him choosing to pursue his dreams.''
Goodwin averaged a team-best 14 points for...
Willie Cauley-Stein and Kyle Wiltjer will return to the Kentucky program for the 2013-14 season, but Archie Goodwin’s future with the Wildcats remains uncertain.
With Kentucky’s recruiting class for the 2012-2013 season looking to be the best in college basketball history, current UK players have had some decisions to make.
Earlier today, Ryan Harrow announced that he will be transferring to Georgia State.
Ryan Harrow will transfer to Georgia State, likely opening a door for an offer and commitment from Dominique Hawkins.
Alex Poythress has decided to come back to Kentucky for his sophomore season. With a loaded recruiting class coming in, Poythress was under plenty of speculation whether he would want to be apart of a deep team. The fight for playing time and for your position was enough to send Archie Goodwin to the NBA. Poythress’ potential is through the roof with his big, strong body. He has...
This week has been full of decisions for current Kentucky basketball players. The latest decision is now in – Alex Poythress will stay a Wildcat for his sophomore year.
Poythress says he wants to come back to develop more as a player “and win a national title”
— Matt Jones (@KySportsRadio) April 2, 2013
Poythress: “This year didn’t end like we wanted it to. I want...