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Jeremy Lin had another big game, putting up Tony Delk numbers in a huge win over the Boston Celtics while Nicolas Batum goes down and Troy Daniels sees his minutes go up. Jeremy Lin Gives His Best Tony Delk Impression Lin has been some good, some bad for the entire season. Mostly, he's been good. A great offseason acquisition, makes you wonder why some teams like the Chicago Bulls...
Via At The Hive
23 days ago
The New York Knicks don't figure too heavily into Kobe Bryant's legendary career. The 1998-99 team made the NBA Finals one year before Kobe's Lakers made their first championship run, and within a couple years the Knicks would become the laughingstock we all know and love. However, as Kobe plays his final game against the Knicks Sunday night, we might as well recognize his place...
Via Posting and Toasting
March 13, 2016
Mike Zarren revises his draft wheel proposalPerhaps looking to capitalize on the success of the cover art for Kanye's new album, Assistant GM for the Celtics, Mike Zarren brought a new version of his wheel proposal to the Sloan Conference at MIT. 'Gather round, nerds!' Zarren presumably said, as herds flocked to praise his latest arts and crafts project. For those who missed it...
The Kentucky Wildcats retired Tony Delk’s jersey during halftime of UK’s game against Auburn on Saturday. Here’s a video of the ceremony, courtesy of Kentucky Wildcats TV: Delk was the Most Outstanding Player of the 1996 NCAA Final Four and the Midwest Regional in leading UK to a 34-2 finish and the school’s seventh national championship. […]
As Tony Delk had his jersey retired to the rafters in Rupp Arena on Saturday night, the current edition of the Kentucky Wildcats continued the path to perfection with a 110-75 beat down of Auburn. Auburn shot just over 41% from the floor including hitting eleven threes in the game, but the Cats were clicking […]
As one jersey goes into the Rupp Arena rafters on Saturday for Tony Delk’s jersey retirement, the current Wildcats will don a new jersey for their game against Auburn. Kentucky is one of eight teams – and one of just six men’s teams – selected by Nike to wear its new Hyper Elite uniforms. The […]
On Saturday night, former UK great Tony Delk will have his retired jersey raised to the rafters at Rupp Arena. On Friday night, retirement eve, Delk will be at Kennedy’s Wildcat Den at 405 South Limestone to sign special prints … Continue reading →
Via John Clay's Sidelines
February 19, 2015
Tipoff for Kentucky men’s basketball’s lone regular-season game vs. Auburn on Feb. 21 has been moved to a 7 p.m. start to accommodate for television. The game will be televised on ESPN. Prior to the game, UK will retire Tony Delk’s jersey to the rafters in Rupp Arena. Delk, who was elected to the UK […]
The immortal Tony Delk wore No. 28for the Celtics in 2002.Marc Stein's latest NBA power rankings on ESPN.com are out, with the Celtics finding themselves at No. 28 of 30. It's the lowest position they have held all season.There are currently five teams with lower winnings percentages than Boston (13-25, .342), but the club's recent fire sale and six-game west trip looming has...
Kentucky Wildcats men’s basketball great Tony Delk and gymnastics star Jenny Hansen will have their jerseys retired by UK Athletics at events held in February. Jersey retirement is considered the highest honor of UK Athletics. Delk becomes the 43rd retired jersey associated with men’s basketball and Hansen is the first honoree in gymnastics. Previously, Delk […]
The SEC Network will televise 118 Southeastern Conference men’s basketball games in its inaugural season and surround coverage with sportscasters, former coaches and former players with extensive SEC expertise. The experience of Dave Baker, Barry Booker, Joe Dean Jr., Daymeon Fishback, Tom Hart, Darrin Horn, Dave Neal, Will Perdue and Jon Sundvold highlight the SEC […]
There are two ways to look at this, either ESPNU needs filler or this is a sign of the apocalypse. This Friday, ESPNU will air a Kentucky men’s basketball practice for two hours starting at 3 p.m. ET. ESPN has assigned an on-air crew of five men for the practice which outnumbers a game crew of a play-by-play announcer, analyst and on-court reporter! Jay Bilas, Seth Greenburg, NBA...
Kentucky men’s basketball has gotten so big that ESPN is going to televise one of its practices. The Wildcats’ Oct. 10 “practice” is going to be shown on ESPNU from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. E.T. College basketball analysts Jay Bilas, Seth Greenberg, Avery Johnson, and Myron Medcalf, along with former Kentucky All-American Tony Delk, will be on the scene in Lexington, Ky. for the...
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