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Nerlens Noel, the top recruit, who plays his ball at Kentucky had all eyes on him Friday night in his game against Maryland, and it wasn’t just because expectations are so high. Check out Nerlens’ amazing high-top fade with a UK logo in the back for good measure.
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Kentucky freshmen Nerlens Noel and Alex Poythress have been named to the SEC coaches' preseason all-conference team.
NEW YORK -- Kentucky boasts one of the most star-studded lineups in college basketball every season, and this one will be no different. But in Friday's season opener against Maryland, it wasn't super-freshmen Nerlens Noel, Archie Goodwin, Alex Poythress or Willie Cauley-Stein who stole the show.
Instead, it was junior Jarrod Polson, an unheralded former walk-on, who came...
Kentucky coach John Calipari says he'll be looking for a working rotation in the season opener against Maryland on Friday night.
The third-ranked Wildcats' latest group of top-level recruits will make its debut under New York's bright lights at the Barclays Center Classic in Brooklyn.
The coach who masterfully guided a Kentucky squad led by freshmen to the national...
Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari is bringing a lot more than the third-ranked Wildcats and their impressive freshman class to the New York area.
The man who led the Wildcats to the national championship last season and his four heralded rookies will play Maryland on Friday night in the first college doubleheader played in the new Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
Before the game...
Kentucky coach John Calipari said Thursday that walk-on guard Jarrod Polson may have to be called upon to play significant minutes in the Wildcats' season opener Friday against Maryland.
Jarrod Polson's heroics helped lead Kentucky to a 72-69 victory over Maryland in the season opener at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y.
The 2012-13 college basketball tip-off is upon us as the action gets underway on Friday. There’s a long way to go before the madness of March, but here are the five most important and influential players to watch this season:
1. Christian Watford — Indiana Hoosiers
The 6-foot-9 wing forward is not a typical wing forward because his size is more consistent with a power forward...
Jarrod Polson's surprising heroics, the Terrapins' dominance on the boards and Kyle Wiltjer's "veteran" play were among my three takeaways from Kentucky's season-opening win over Maryland on Friday in Brooklyn, N.Y.