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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.
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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...
Kentucky Coach John Calapari was interviewed at halftime of last night’s Duke victory over Kentucky 75-68, and he wasn’t pleased with the amount of flopping Duke was doing. When asked why his players were in foul trouble, Calapari responded: “they’re flopping all over the place. In the NBA, they’d all be suspended.”
Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski politely disagreed with...
Finally someone called the Duke Blue Devils for flopping all over the place. That person was Kentucky head coach John Calipari. In a halftime interview with ESPN’s Andy Katz Calipari called out Duke. Here is what he had to say.
“The post defense and some threes. But for us to be in this situation, I’m going to be honest, I’m happy. We got into a little foul trouble but not...
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.
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 is well on its way to its fifth-consecutive No. 1 national recruiting class under John Calipari after announcing the singing of five top prospects on Thursday.
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.
Kentucky still has some growing up to do.
But, hey, it's only November.
Rallying furiously, the third-ranked Wildcats nearly wiped out a 14-point deficit in the second half but came up short against No. 9 Duke. The defending champs lost 75-68 Tuesday night in the first matchup between the storied programs since 2001.
Seth Curry scored 23 points for the Blue Devils, who relied...
Kyle Wiltjer knocked down seven 3-pointers as the Wildcats shot their best percentage in four seasons under John Calipari en route to a 101-49 win over Lafayette.
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...
Kyle Wiltjer hit seven 3-pointers and scored 23 points, Alex Poythress added a career-high 22 and No. 3 Kentucky routed Lafayette 101-49 in its home opener Friday night.
The Wildcats shot 65 percent (40 for 62) from the field, including 11 of 19 shooting from 3-point range, and Wiltjer set the tone by hitting his first two to open the game. He finished 7 of 11 from behind the arc...