The future of the NBA is nearly upon us, and the future is a 6-foot-10, power forward who hasn’t even graduated high school yet.
John Calipari has dominated both college basketball recruiting and the NBA Draft since arriving at Kentucky in 2009.
The 2015 NBA Draft started out with Karl-Anthony Towns going first to the Minnesota Timberwolves. With that #1 overall selection Kentucky actually found themselves in the record books. Kentucky is now the only school that has been home to three number-one overall NBA draft picks. Kentucky is now the 1st school with three No. 1
We’re not sure if the Charlotte Hornets are trying to make a dull Monday morning Twitter joke or if they truly don’t care which Harrison twin participates in their pre-draft workout.
Colin Cowherd is not one to shy away from sensitive debates or emotionally-charged opinions, but it’s usually those instances that cloud people’s perceptions of a decent sports mind.
Was it an elaborate stunt organized by the 1991-92 Kentucky basketball team? Are they still really pissed at Grant Hill for his gorgeous inbound pass to Christian Laettner in the 1992 NCAA Tournament Regional Final?
Kentucky was the heavy, heavy, heavy favorite to win the national title, even gaining so much steam that their odds outweighed the entire NCAA Tournament field.
Kentucky rolls into Indianapolis this weekend for the 2015 Final Four hoping to cap off one of the greatest single seasons in college basketball history, if not sports history.
High school basketball recruits choose colleges for a variety of reasons, many of which focus on a coach or program’s history of developing elite talent.
Much-deserved welcome home for one of the best @FightingIrish teams you'll ever see. Thanks, @NDmbb. pic.twitter.com/ET6mvODLlJ — Josh Flynt (@jflyntnd518) March 29, 2015 Notre Dame men’s basketball team fought hard against unbeaten Kentucky in the Elite Eight, but at the end of the day they fell just short.
Daxter Miles, Jr. probably is not having the best Friday.
It would have taken a tremendous effort and a handful of perfect bounces for West Virginia to upset Kentucky in the Sweet 16 on Thursday night, ones that WVU freshman Daxter Miles was apparently expecting.