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WILLIE CAULEY-STEIN RUMORS

Willie Cauley-Stein: “I Might Be Down, But I Certainly Ain’t Out”

Kentucky’s fan base is certainly excited for the 2014-2015 campaign to get under away, considering the team returns a number of star players and will bring in one of the top recruiting classes in the country. But one player who might need a little more time before tip-off in mid-November is returning junior forward Willie Cauley-Stein. Cauley-Stein injured his left ankle during...
Via College Spun
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Willie Cauley-Stein recovering from surgery, likely missing August trip

Kentucky is in the process of finalizing an overseas trip in August, but Willie Cauley-Stein won't be participating. The 7-footer suffered an ankle injury in the NCAA Tournament, forcing him to miss the Final Four, and he's still recovering from his April surgery. “It will be a great trip for our fans to see this team for the first time, especially with Willie not playing...
Via Pro Sports Daily
May 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky basketball center preview: Calipari going to Towns?

Kentucky basketball has a 21-foot, three-headed monster. Fear not, the monster is not a cousin of Godzilla. The monster is the center position.  Kentucky has three 7-foot centers destined for the first round of the NBA Draft on the 2014-15 roster. Junior Willie Cauley-Stein, sophomore Dakari Johnson and freshman Karl-Anthony Towns will battle for the starting spot this summer....
Via isportsweb.com
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky basketball tournament of champions: Center position

Each NCAA championship-winning Kentucky basketball team possessed something unique. The 1948 team had a captain named Rollins, the 1949 team had a three-sport star named Bruno, the 1951 team had a Lou Tsioropoulos, the 1958 team had a roster with 12 players native to Kentucky that included Lincoln “Abe” Collinsworth, the 1978 team had a Goose, the 1996 team had a “Shimmying”...
Via isportsweb.com
May 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Photo: UK fan gets Willie Cauley-Stein tattoo

Earlier this week, Kentucky fan Michael Gray tweeted that he would get a Willie Cauley-Stein tattoo on his leg if the seven-foot Wildcat center returned to school for his junior season. A few hours following that tweet, Cauley-Stein announced he would, in fact, be coming back to Lexington for another season.  Gray had an appointment at a tattoo parlor this afternoon, and progress...
Via College Spun
April 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Willie Cauley-Stein Says He’s Coming Back

Guess who’s back? Willie Cauley-Stein says he is coming back to play his Junior year.  One of the biggest surprise of the off-season will be the return of WCS.  Just when everyone thought everyone was immediately out the door, Willie pulls a fast one on everyone.  It will be great to have him back.  He is a fan favorite and will thrive in his junior season at Kentucky. I...
Via Kentucky Sports Connection
April 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky fans have funny, inappropriate shirts

Kentucky’s run to the Final Four is impressive on its own, more-so when you consider the fact that imposing seven-foot center Willie Cauley-Stein has missed most of the last two games in order to advance to North Texas. Some members of Big Blue Nation want everyone to remember this fact, and have created t-shirts to let everyone know that the Wildcats topped Louisville and Michigan...
Via College Spun
April 05, 2014  |  Discuss

Cauley-Stein doubtful for Sunday's game

INDIANAPOLIS -- Kentucky will likely be without 7-foot sophomore Willie Cauley-Stein for Sunday's Midwest Regional final vs. Michigan. Cauley-Stein suffered an ankle injury in the first half of Friday night's win over Louisville and did not return. On Saturday, Kentucky coach John Calipari said Cauley-Stein "is still in a boot" and is "doubtful" for Sunday...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
March 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Kentucky’s Willie Cauley-Stein Has A Left Ankle Injury, Will Not Return

Kentucky sophomore forward Willie Cauley-Stein, who many project as a first round pick should he leave the Wildcats after the season for this year’s NBA Draft, has injured his left ankle during tonight’s game against Louisville in their Sweet 16 matchup. Cauley-Stein told trainers that he heard a “pop” in his ankle early in the first half. There were rumors swirling that...
Via College Spun
March 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Dodgeball approach addresses one of many problems for Kentucky Basketball squad

Kentucky Wildcats head basketball coach John Calipari took an unconventional approach to preaching team unity Tuesday.  Calipari thought his team could benefit from a break from all the recent engulfing stress, so he decided to take them back to high school gym class with an old-fashioned game of dodgeball.  The idea, though a bit cliché, was to remind his team to have fun, and...
Via isportsweb.com
February 22, 2013  |  Discuss
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