Posted April 10, 2012 on
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The NCAA's deadline for players to withdraw their names from entering the NBA draft is Tuesday.
However, no announcements were expected from Kentucky, where the Wildcats have as many as five players possibly leaving early.
Coach John Calipari says his Wildcats are adhering to the NBA's deadline of April 29 to decide their futures.
Around the nation, the dual and dueling deadlines have players and coaching staffs wondering what's next during this confusing 19-day window. Some players - including Kansas' Thomas Robinson and Ohio State's Jared Sullinger - have already said they're entering the draft.
Others, like Indiana teammates Cody Zeller and Christian Watford, and Duke's Mason Plumlee are coming back. The new rule does have a major impact: players can't work out for NBA teams before making a decision.
BEST OF MAXIM
Instead of just putting on a Kentucky baseball cap, the top recruit in the country, Nerlens Noel, made his choice with some style.
CATS SCRATCH FEVER
In addition to being NCAA basketball champions, Kentucky Wildcat freshman Kyle Wiltjer and sophomore Jared Polson are aspiring rappers. Rapping under the name White Boy Academy the pair and some friends have dropped a Final Four championship celebration video set in and around Rupp Arena.
Not surprisingly for a group called White Boy Academy it sets a high bar for dance moves...
Top prospect Nerlens Noel announced he's joining Kentucky, bolstering the Wildcats' hopes of defending their recent national championship and finishing with a fourth consecutive No. 1 recruiting class.
The 6-foot-10 center from the Tilton School in New Hampshire selected the Wildcats over Syracuse and Georgetown on Wednesday night.
''I'll be taking my talents...
John Calipari and the Kentucky fans will ask Nerlens Noel to replace Anthony Davis, and while it won't be easy, he seems up for the challenge.
Athletes continue making rap videos, and the music continues to be unlistenable. When will these crazy kids ever learn? Kids today and their wild be-boppin music.
Kentucky Wildcats reserves Kyle Wiltjer and Jarrod Polson celebrated the Wildcats’ victory over Kansas, giving them the national championship of college basketball by making a rap video celebrating the big win.
Following a stellar season, the Kentucky Wildcats defeated the Kansas Jayhawks to claim the title of 2012 NCAA Champions in men’s basketball. Fresh off the team’s win, Kentucky alum and school superfan, Ashley Judd, is celebrating with a new range of women’s gear. Many know Ashley for her acting pursuits, but sports fans know her as one of the most visible and passionate supporters...
The Big Blue Nation is back and bigger than ever after taking home the national championship earlier this month.
Under head coach John Calipari, Kentucky has advanced to two Final Fours and became the first program to have five first round draft picks in the NBA Draft, doing so in 2010. In this years draft, Calipari says he hopes to churn out six first rounders.
ESPNU aired the college decisions for top recruits Nerlens Noel and Shabazz Muhammad on Wednesday, and this time John Calipari only landed one of the top two recruits.
Noel picked Kentucky, while Muhammad went with Ben Howland and UCLA. Noel revealed his decision by shaving the UK logo onto the back of his head. Quite the creative young mind.
The fact that they didn’t feel obligated...
Coming off their eighth national championship, the Kentucky Wildcats were already building for next season. With one top target already off the board, Kentucky managed to snag the player some see as the ultimate prize in this class.
With the addition of Shabazz Muhammad to UCLA's class, the Bruins now have a top three recruiting class, while John Calipari and Kentucky sit atop the rankings again.
It’s been 10 days since Kentucky was crowned the 2012 college basketball National Champions, and it’s time to put a bow on the season. And on Thursday, Rob Dauster of CollegeBasketballTalk.com joined me, to do just that.
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