While the Kentucky Wildcats are coming off a Final Four season thanks in large part to twin brothers Aaron and Andrew Harrison, there actually has been a set of brothers involved with UK.
Marquis Teague was the point guard for the 2012 National Championship team. Just a few years prior, his brother, Jeff, was the point guard for Wake Forrest.
Now, both are in the NBA, though Jeff...
When we look back at the 2012 NCAA Tournament champion Kentucky Wildcats, we will remember all of the contributions rapper Drake made to their title run. I mean, he got a ring after all.
Hay @marquisteague25 Im from #BBN if u RT me my son will get a tatoo of u on his back! #Gr8ness
— Jodie (@JodieUKnumber9) July 16, 2012
Twitter is a very very strange place sometimes. People ask celebrities for retweets (RTs) all the time. This is how you get a RT from Marquis Teague (the former Kentucky Wildcat player now of the Chicago Bulls). Teague is a point guard for the...
Marquis Teague may return for his sophomore season at Kentucky.
IT TAKES TWO
Kentucky vs Louisville. With all of Twitter talking about how a lob could be too high for Davis (from the previous possession), this happened:
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) -- Freshman Marquis Teague scored a career-high 24 points and top seed Kentucky put together another complete performance with a dominating second-half run in an 87-71 victory over Iowa State in the third round of the NCAA tournament on Saturday night.
Freshman Anthony Davis had 15 points and 12 rebounds, senior Darius Miller added 19 points and Doron Lamb finished...
Who says the SEC isn't a basketball conference? The best early game on Semi-Final Saturday came out of the football conference as No. 1 Kentucky absorbed every punch Billy Donovan's Florida Gators could throw. The Wildcats showed why they are the best team in the nation with a 74-71 victory over a Gators team that looked a lot better than their 23-9 record (10-6 in the SEC...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By COLIN FLY AP Sports Writer Marquis Teague's scoring average keeps dropping. It's just what top-ranked Kentucky has needed from its freshman point guard.
Teague has been passing up shots and cutting his turnover rate in the process, transitioning from a scoring leader into a distributor to the delight of coach John Calipari...
Kentucky point guard Marquis Teague may just be a freshman, but he has been schooled on what to expect when the Wildcats take to the road in SEC play this week. The Wildcats suffered their lone setback of the season at Indiana in December, and learned in that one point loss that road games can be much different than home games.
Marquis Teague says he's excited that Kentucky is ranked at the top of the poll.
The freshman point guard concedes he's not sure what that means.
The Wildcats (6-0) returned to No. 1 for the first time since a one-week stint in the 2009-10 season, but coach John Calipari has been starting three freshmen and two sophomores who weren't around the last time the program...
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November 30, 2011