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Nerlens Noel underwent surgery on his ACL on Feb. 12 in a procedure performed by Dr. James Andrews.
"There is a trust level when the NBA talks to Dr. Andrews," John Calipari said. "Jon Hood had his surgery here [in Kentucky] and it all went well. But we didn't want the NBA to have any questions. He's going to be fine. He's ahead of schedule. When you have a season-ending injury, you want the NBA teams to feel that he's as good as new.''
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John Calipari's incredibly deep recruiting class will give Kentucky a physically stronger frontcourt than he has in past seasons.
"We're going to be much stronger physically at all positions,'' said Calipari. "Our post presence will be there with Dakari Johnson and Marcus Lee. He's a lot like Nerlens in terms of blocking shots and going after balls....
Kentucky reserve guard Jarrod Polson isn’t exactly known for throwing it down. But that doesn’t mean he can’t do a “magic dunk”. Polson had a little fun with the Vine app earlier this week, putting together different segments to make it appear like he landed an absurd dunk. In the end, it actually turned out to be pretty funny. Enjoy: Magic dunks vine.co/v/bQ1PqQj2iqn...
Drew Barker will be playing football for Mark Stoops and the Kentucky Wildcats starting in 2014. The star quarterback made his decision this afternoon at 3:30 p.m., ending what was an intense recruitment by both UK and South Carolina.
In typical fashion, the recruit chose from a set of three hats – the other two being Tennessee and SC – to signify which school he’ll...