Kentucky Basketball: The Best Wildcats at Every Position in Last Decade

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Kentucky Basketball: The Best Wildcats at Every Position in Last Decade
David J. Phillip/Associated Press

To say the last decade of Kentucky basketball was interesting is a vast understatement. During that time there has been three different coaches, a national title, three Final Fours, extreme low points and a lot of great players.

Whether it's the pre-Calipari days with the likes of Patrick Sparks, Rajon Rondo and Jodie Meeks running around Rupp Arena or the last five years of Anthony Davis, Julius Randle and DeMarcus Cousins dominating the paint, each member of Big Blue Nation latches on to a certain player and deems them the best.

One thing that helps is Kentucky head coach John Calipari's philosophy that each player becomes one of his sons and they treat teammates like brothers. That's why players constantly come back during the summer, there are alumni games and there's always the guarantee someone will make an appearance during a big game.

This slideshow will cover the best Wildcat at each position since the 2004-05 season based on things like statistics, leadership, team success and fan adoration. Of course these lists tend to start a discussion or an argument, so feel free to let your opinion be heard in the comments section. 

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