Posted November 14, 2012 on
After a nail-biting loss to Duke in the Champions Classic, Kentucky's Nerlens Noel and Alex Poythress address the media in Atlanta.
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We’re not experts on putting college basketball names with faces, so we’ll let Kentucky fans be the ones freaking out on ESPN over this graphic during last night’s game against Duke (won by Duke, 75-68). That’s not Ryan Harrow, the transfer from NC State. Harrow is much blacker than this cat.
This is Ryan Harrow. Nice effort, ESPN intern.
As for your NY Post covers:
Kentucky continues to stockpile top-flight high school talent.
The Wildcats announced Thursday the signings of five recruits including 6-foot-5 twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison, considered two of the nation's top guards. Kentucky has also received national letters of intent from forward Marcus Lee and guard James Young - ranked among the top 10 at their positions by recruiting...
Kentucky coach John Calipari got snagged for an interview by ESPN at halftime of their game against Duke last night and he didn't have very nice things to say.
"They're flopping all over the place, In the NBA they'd all be suspended. So we gotta get to where we are getting the ball by guys and knowing that they are gonna try to take charges."
Kentucky Wildcats coach John Calipari called out Duke defenders at halftime last night for "flopping all over the place." It's OK, Calipari, ACC brethren have been saying that going on 20 years. We might even agree with you. But on the other hand....You're a cheater. So, when Yahoo! Sports flips your comment for a sensationalist headline, I applaud them.And here...
In a halftime interview, Kentucky coach John Calipari called out Duke's players for flopping. The money quote will likely upset fans.
John Calipari and Kentucky are on pace for their fifth straight No. 1 recruiting class. They currently have three top 10 players on board and are searching for more.
With an entirely new lineup after a national championship win just months ago, the University of Kentucky has taken its first loss at the hands of Duke. Coach John Calipari discusses the loss, along with improvements to be made, at the Champions Classic.
This group of Kentucky freshman aren’t quite as dynamic as last years, and they will be taking some time to gel. That being said, John Calipari is as classy as ever. Last night, Calipari was interviewed by Andy Katz at the end of the first half, and Coach Cal discussed his feelings about the foul [...]
Kentucky coach John Calipari appears to be grooming freshman guard Archie Goodwin for long-term minutes at the point, comparing his newcomer to former Memphis standout Tyreke Evans.
Julius Mays is expected to play a key role for the Wildcats tonight in their matchup against Duke. Follow along with game updates and share your observations with us in our KentuckyScout game chat.
Kentucky coach John Calipari says the Wildcats have to find ways to make sophomore forward Kyle Wiltjer a bigger part of the offensive focus after he scored only five points Tuesday against Duke.