John Calipari has coached a ridiculous amount of talent at Kentucky. One of the biggest athletic freaks to come through Lexington, Ky., was Eric Bledsoe. The now-NBA star guard averaged 11 points, three rebounds and nearly three assists per game during his one season with the Wildcats.
Bledsoe did a lot for Kentucky, playing multiple positions and showcasing a ton of versatility...
The Kentucky Wildcats are great. No one’s disputing that. However, to say the top-ranked Cats are good enough to beat an NBA team, which has been a hot topic since Tuesday’s demolition of No. 5 Kansas, is a bit of a stretch. But that didn’t stop current Phoenix Sun and former Wildcat Eric Bledsoe from […]
Pretty much everyone has known how talented this season’s Kentucky basketball team is for a while. It wasn’t until last night, however, that the Wildcats’ skills were showcased to a national audience.
John Calipari’s squad throttled No. 5 Kansas, 72-40, in the State Farm Champions Classic in Indianapolis. It was, in every sense of the word, a beatdown. It was such a blowout...
Eric Bledsoe is more know for his freakish athleticism and highlight-reel blocks in transition, but his crossover game can not be understated. Ask Jared Cunningham of the LA Clippers: . . Want to continue this Kentucky Wildcats discussion? Then be sure to check out the KSC Forums Subscribe to our RSS feed to always be in the […]
When NBA free agency started, the biggest prize was LeBron James, and until he signed with a team, it held up other big-name players signing deals. Now that James has signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers, the two biggest names on the market is restricted free agent Eric Bledsoe. The former Kentucky Wildcats guard is still […]