1. Gamechanger: Freshman Guards Lead Wildcats

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  2. UK-South Florida to Meet in Hoophall Miami Invitational in 2015

    LEXINGTON, Ky. - The Kentucky men's basketball team will recognize a familiar face on the opposing bench when it plays South Florida next season in the inaugural Hoophall Miami Invitational in Miami...

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  3. Frank Martin Comparing 2014 and 2015 UK: “It's Not Even a Conversation”

    South Carolina stunned Kentucky last season when the two teams met in Columbia, but don't bring that up to Frank Martin...

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  4. Tyler Ulis Excelling with Defense

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  5. Calipari Looks to Tune UK Offense

    Much like a season ago, when Kentucky coach John Calipari famously announced a tweak that would help his team after months of struggles, the coach is trying to diagnose what's plaguing his squad offensively in the past few weeks...

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  6. AAU Director: The Knicks Should Play Like Clowns for Karl Towns

    Instead of “Losing some more for Okafor,” the Knicks should “Play like clowns for Towns.” .....

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  7. Aggie Men's Basketball Team Wins Third Straight SEC Game

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  8. Marcus Lee Gave Kentucky a Needed Boost

    After Kentucky missed nine of their first 10 field goals to open the second half of a 65-57 win over Vanderbilt Tuesday night, Lee scored six straight points that not only gave the ...

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  9. Kentucky Basketball: Is a Regular-Season Loss Inevitable for Wildcats?

    Just go ahead and lose already, Kentucky. We know you want to. During the last few weeks of the Wildcats' push to become the first team to go unbeaten in college basketball since ...

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  10. Kentucky's Towns Hoping to Exceed Calipari's Lofty Expectations

    Karl-Anthony Towns kept a poker face and said nothing when a reporter asked how often he hears Kentucky Coach John Calipari say something like, "Good job. You've arrived. Put it on cruise control, big fella...

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  11. Kentucky Basketball on Historic Defensive Pace

    Even after Vanderbilt's second-half blitz Tuesday night, Kentucky's defense remains on an historic pace. .....

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  12. 5-Star V.J. King Plans to Visit UK, U of L

    SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – The Kentucky and Louisville basketball teams are expected to get campus visits soon from five-star junior wing V.J. King, a high-scoring, athletic player from Northern Virginia...

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  13. Burrow Named Kentucky's 2015 SEC Basketball Legend

    LEXINGTON, Ky. - Former two-time Kentucky All-America selection Bob Burrow has been tabbed as Kentucky's Southeastern Conference Basketball Legend and will be honored at this year's ...

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  14. Gamechanger: Wildcats Survive Vanderbilt Scare

    Top-ranked and undefeated Kentucky survived a scare from Vanderbilt, winning 65-57. Aaron Harrison finished with 14 points and Karl-Anthony Towns had seven blocks for the Wildcats in the win...

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  15. Aaron Harrison: Still Clutch for the Cats

    LEXINGTON, Ky. – John Calipari grinned as he answered the question, to let his audience in on the joke...

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  16. John Calipari after win over Vanderbilt

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  17. Top-Ranked Kentucky Survives Vanderbilt 65-57

    LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Kentucky twin guards Aaron and Andrew Harrison combined for 11 points down the stretch that were key in helping the top-ranked Wildcats hold off pesky Vanderbilt 65-57 on Tuesday night...

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  18. Burning Questions: Most Intriguing Storylines, Best Conference Races...

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  19. Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Lessons Learned in SEC Play so Far

    Well, Kentucky basketball is living up to the hype and expectations that were set before the season started. Currently sitting undefeated and 4-0 in conference play is exactly where many people thought the Wildcats would be as of January 20...

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  20. Derek Willis Wants to Earn Time for No. 1 UK Basketball

    It's hard to blame Derek Willis for losing his edge. Before Saturday's game at Alabama, when he got a first-half rotation with the second platoon, Willis had been buried on the end of top-ranked Kentucky's unusually deep bench...

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  21. Q&A: Calipari Previews Vanderbilt on SEC Call

    No. 1 Kentucky (17-0, 4-0 SEC) hosts Vanderbilt (11-6, 1-3) on Tuesday and then plays at South Carolina (10-6, 1-3) on Saturday...

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  22. Kentucky Basketball: Stock Watch for Wildcats' Key Players

    There's a very specific reason seemingly every article about this season's Kentucky basketball team is about either the platoon substitution system or whether the Wildcats will go undefeated—there is very little else to nitpick with this squad...

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  23. UK-Alabama: What We Learned

    TUSCALOOSA, Ala. –Coleman Coliseum was rocking, ready to intimidate the top-ranked Kentucky Wildcats while Alabama's Crimson Tide tested one of the nation's two remaining undefeated teams...

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  24. Gamechanger: Kentucky Continues Streak

    Kentucky was back to it's dominate ways while visiting Alabama in Tuscaloosa with the top three scorers coming from the bench. Devin Booker put up 13 points, while both Tyler Ulis and Dakari Johnson put up 11 in the Wildcats 70-48 win...

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  25. Recruit Brandon Ingram 'very Interested' in UK

    Of the many basketball recruiting targets left for the University of Kentucky in the Class of 2015, tall, five-star Kinston, N.C., wing Brandon Ingram is generally seen as one of the biggest long shots to sign with the Wildcats...

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