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Video: John Calipari Still Has Andrew Wiggins On His Mind As The Recruit Who Got Away

John Calipari doesn’t miss out on many recruits. If you’re an elite high school basketball player and the Kentucky coach wants you to play for him, odds are you’ll be suiting up for the Wildcats. Occasionally, though, a top prospect will get away – usually to Duke or North Carolina or Kansas.  For Calipari, no recruit defines the “one who got away” mold more than Andrew...
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John Calipari calls Andrew Harrison “Andrew Wiggins”; Fans throw bottles at him (VIDEO)

Andrew Harrison had a great night for the Kentucky Wildcats Thursday night, but he’s still no Andrew Wiggins.   After the freudian slip, Cal bailed on the ESPN interview after fans supposedly threw bottles on the court.  Those bottles better not touch Cal’s hair. ____________________________________ Want to continue this Kentucky Wildcats discussion? Subscribe to our RSS...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Kentucky Basketball: Devin Booker is the key to undefeated season

Devin Booker started out the season in a slump, but as he consistently told reporters, “Good shooters keep shooting.” He has without a doubt, been practicing what he preaches. This season, Booker is shooting fifty percent from the three point line. Also he is second in the SEC for free throw shooting accuracy, shooting 83 percent from the charity stripe. And in the past six games...
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Kentucky Basketball: Tied for best start 19-0 since the 2009-2010 season

First I would like to Congratulating the Duke Blue Devil’s head coach Mike Krzyzewski on being the first Division 1 men’s basketball coach to reach 1000 wins. Their victory did not come easy as St. Johns gave Duke all they could handle in Madison Square garden but they found a way to win, great job! Kentucky, weather you personally love or hate the Wildcats, fact of the matter...
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Kentucky continues to win in a variety of ways

Send to Kindle Credit: UK Athletics The dynamics of No. 1 Kentucky keep being almost surreal in the different ways this team has to win.  When the call comes, they hit answer and then the Wildcats’ voice comes over loud and clear.  Such was the case in Saturday’s win over a stubborn and staggering South Carolina team that had three of four SEC losses by four, three, and...
Via College Chalktalk
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A closer look at Kentucky’s win over South Carolina

John Calipari improved his career record at South Carolina to 3-2 Saturday as his team cruised to a 58-43 win in front of a sold out and very hostile Colonial Life Arena. The game, as expected, was physical and sloppy. Fans once again praised Kentucky’s defense for the win, as Kentucky scored only 58 points. […]
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Kentucky Has Received A Commitment From A 6-foot-9 Forward From New Zealand

John Calipari’s recruiting ability has an international reach.  According to a report by’s Evan Daniels, Kentucky has received a commitment from Tai Wynyard, a post prospect from New Zealand. Wynyard, a 6-foot-9 forward, is a member of the 2016 class. He recently made a trip to the United States and visited Kentucky, Villanova and Texas.  According to multiple sources...
Via College Spun
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Kentucky’s Bahamas Trip Cost a Crap Load of Money

John Calipari badly wanted to give his youngsters some valuable experience by scheduling a foreign exhibition tour prior to the 2014-15 season and while he was able to do so in the Bahamas, the price tag was astronomical. The Wildcats planned an 8-night trip the Bahamas to face the Puerto Rico and Dominican Republic national Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
Via Next Impulse Sports
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: The Courier-Journal Made A Trippy Cartoon Music Video Of John Calipari’s “Enough Talking, Let’s Ball” Speech

Back in October during “Big Blue Madness,” John Calipari kicked off this Kentucky basketball season with the phrase “enough talking, let’s ball,” followed by a mic drop.   “Enough talking… Let’s ball.” @ukcoachcalipari A video posted by Kentucky Wildcats TV (@kywildcatstv) on Oct 17, 2014 at 9:34pm PDT   At 16-0, they’ve certainly done that, and now...
Via College Spun
16 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: John Calipari takes shot at Dick Vitale

John Calipari took a jab at Dick Vitale during his halftime interview of Kentucky’s game with Missouri. Calipari knows that the ubiquitous ESPN college basketball analyst is a big believer in rhythm and disagrees with the way the coach handles his substitutions for the Wildcats (Cal has his team broken into two platoons and plays...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
18 days ago  |  Discuss

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