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Kentucky basketball forward preview: Competition, size and Lyles

The average height of the listed frontcourt for Kentucky basketball’s first NCAA championship roster in 1948 was approximately 6-foot-3. Flash forward 67 seasons to the upcoming 2014-15 Wildcat campaign and the average height of Kentucky basketball’s frontcourt is 6-foot-9.  Clearly, college basketball has evolved since the Adolph Rupp-domination days, both emblematically and...
Via isportsweb.com
May 23, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Harrison Twins bypass NBA Draft; Return to Kentucky Wildcats

The Kentucky Wildcats received an absurd amount of hype going into this past season, and that will probably be the case again in 2014. With Willie Cauley-Stein and Marcus Lee already having announced they’re returning for another year in Lexington, the 2014-15 Wildcats already look like a championship-contender on paper. They just got even better with news that Andrew and Aron...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
April 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Marcus Lee will return to the Kentucky Wildcats next year

Kentucky Freshman forward Marcus Lee will return to Lexington for the 2014-15 season, it was announced Friday. So not everyone at UK is going pro. Willie Cauley-Stein is returning for his junior year. Julius Randle is divided, so we’re still waiting on him. Likewise for the Harrison twins. James Young has declared for the NBA Draft. Back to Marcus Lee, a self-professed nerd who...
Via The Sports Bank
April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky Announces That Marcus Lee Will Return To School

Marcus Lee wasn’t a factor for much of Kentucky’s 2013-14 season. The freshman forward only averaged 2.4 points and 1.4 rebounds per game for the Wildcats, and did not play at all in 15 games this season. He did have a big role in Kentucky’s Elite Eight win over Michigan, when he scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds in just 15 minutes. Lee didn’t have the classic one...
Via College Spun
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Marcus Lee announces return to Kentucky Wildcats for sophomore season

Kentucky Wildcats freshman forward Marcus Lee will bypass the 2014 NBA Draft and return to UK for the 2014-15 season, it was announced in a release on Friday. The Antioch, Calif., native tallied 17 points in UK’s season-opener against UNC Asheville and pulled down a then-career-high six rebounds against Northern Kentucky. From there, Lee sat on the bench for most of the season...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
April 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: UK’s Harrison Twins Leaning Towards NBA

The Harrison twins had a roller coaster season to say the least. It didn’t start off as people expected, but the twins continued to get better as the season went on. Their draft stock shot back up after they helped led Kentucky all the way to the National Championship. That run might have been enough to convince them the NBA is the right decision. Sources have told CBSSports.com...
Via BlackSportsOnline
April 12, 2014  |  Discuss

Marcus Lee Throws Down Monster Two-Hand Alley-Oop Over Frank Kaminsky

Marcus Lee has come out of nowhere in the NCAA Tournament. Last year’s McDonald’s All-American emerged for John Calipari’s Wildcats against Michigan in the Elite 8, scoring a huge 10 points and grabbing 8 boards off the bench in Willie Cauley-Stein’s absence; he had only played in one minute of game time prior. Now, the whole nation knows about him and he may even be a late...
Via Diehardsport
April 06, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky freshman Marcus Lee gets standing ovation in marketing class

In a Lucas Oil Stadium locker room, minutes after the best performance of his season, Kentucky freshman Marcus Lee was praised by his coach, John Calipari. “Everyone in the world is talking about you,” Calipari told Lee following the Wildcats’ Elite Eight win against Michigan. The love for the freshman big man continued Tuesday morning on Kentucky’s Lexington campus. Marcus...
Via College Spun
April 01, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Kentucky's Marcus Lee With the 'Not in My House' Block of the Day

When the season started we all expected Kentucky to dominate the competition. That of course did not happen, but the Wildcats are certainly getting it done when it matters most. With Marcus Lee--and the rest of the guys of course--making plays like this one there is no telling how far the Wildcats can go.You can tell the guys are feeling it now too, and with stare downs like this...
Via FatManWriting
March 31, 2014  |  Discuss

Lee the unlikely hero as Kentucky dances on

INDIANAPOLIS - Go big or go home? It's not that simple, but if not for Marcus Lee and the abilty to go big, Kentucky might have gone home after Sunday's classic Midwest Regional final vs. Michigan. Instead, the young and dangerous Wildcats dance on to the Final Four. With 7-footer Willie Cauley-Stein out of the lineup due to an ankle injury, Kentucky coach John Calipari had...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 30, 2014  |  Discuss
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