Found December 08, 2011 on
It's been a steady climb to the top for Kentucky. But can freshman Anthony Davis, Doron Lamb and the rest of the Wildcats fend off a slew of strong challengers? Luke Winn weighs in.
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The Wildcats are still learning how to utilize Anthony Davis on offense.
John Calipari says being the coach of Kentucky is a 24-hour job and one he doesn't see doing for more than a decade. Calipari is in his third year with the currently top-ranked Wildcats and says he had a recent conversation with former Kentucky coach Joe B. Hall, who mentioned that a long run at Kentucky would be about 10 years.
If you’ve seen highlights of Kentucky basketball games on ESPN’s Sportscenter this year, chances are you saw a number of breakaway dunks.
With athletes like sophomore Terrence Jones and freshman Anthony Davis, the Wildcats play above the rim more often than most teams.
But it’s what leads to those highlight-reel breakaway dunks that has Indiana coach Tom Crean concerned in...
The postseason accolades keep pouring in for University of Kentucky senior linebacker Danny Trevathan, who most recently was named a third-team All-America honoree by Rivals.com and a first-team All-Southeastern Conference selection by ESPN.com.