1. Kentucky Can Overcome Personnel Losses, Not Loss of John Calipari

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 6,616 reads 0 comments

  2. Lexington Has Multiple Couch Fires, Arrests Following Kentucky's Loss to UConn

    Storrs wasn't the only town getting after it on Monday night. Lexington also had some late-night activity going on as there were multiple couch fires and a handful of arrests on Monday night according to WLKY...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 620 reads 0 comments

  3. Kentucky Players' Thoughts Turn to Future

    Dakari Johnson didn't want to look up. He didn't want to talk much, either. Not after Kentucky's 60-54 loss to Connecticut in the national championship game on Monday night...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 396 reads 0 comments

  4. Calipari on Lakers Rumors: 'I Have the Best Job in the Country'

    Hours before John Calipari led his Kentucky Wildcats into the 2014 National Title game a rumor surfaced via former UK star Rex Chapman, that would cause chaos in the coaching carousel...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 189 reads 0 comments

  5. Kentucky Basketball: Predicting Which Underclassman Will Stay, Which Will Go

    It's amazing what a Final Four will do. Going into the NCAA tournament, this Kentucky team seemed like a disappointment. Entertaining the idea of a 40-0 season turned into a 10-loss season...

    Matt King Written by Matt King about 6 months ago 73,531 reads 110 comments

  6. Calipari 'Proud' of Team After Loss

    Calipari: "I can't tell you, even in that loss, how proud. I can't believe what these kids got done together...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 6 months ago 25 reads 0 comments

  7. Julius Randle: Stats, Grade, Highlights and Twitter Reaction vs. UConn

    The Kentucky Wildcats exceeded everyone's expectations in the NCAA tournament by reaching the national title game (even though many expected them to be there before the season ...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 6 months ago 2,153 reads 7 comments

  8. Julius Randle Injury: Updates on Kentucky Star's Status

    It has been an incredible NCAA tournament run for the No. 8 seed Kentucky Wildcats, but they are dealing with much more than Connecticut during the national title game...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 6 months ago 1,466 reads 2 comments

  9. NCAA Championship Game Time: When and Where to Catch UConn vs. Kentucky 2014

    With a No. 7 seed taking on a No. 8 for the 2014 national championship game, it's safe to call Connecticut and Kentucky an unexpected contest...

    Richard Langford Written by Richard Langford about 6 months ago 2,132 reads 0 comments

  10. Wall, Davis, Cousins, Kidd-Gilchrist Attending National Title Game

    The Washington Wizards last played on Saturday, and they don't play again until Wednesday, but the team did practice this morning. Following that session, All-Star point guard and former Kentucky Wildcat John Wall quickly left the Verizon Center...

    Jeff Carillo Written by Jeff Carillo about 6 months ago 476 reads 0 comments

  11. NCAA Final Four: John Calipari Is One Win Away from His Best Coaching Year Ever

    The Kentucky Wildcats were the top-ranked team in the country before one of the players starting Monday night's national championship game even stepped foot on a college basketball court...

    Dan Levy Written by Dan Levy about 6 months ago 24,471 reads 89 comments

  12. Kentucky Wildcats vs. Connecticut Huskies Betting Line, National Final Pick

    For the first time since 1966, two teams that didn’t play in the NCAA tournament the year before will meet for the national championship. The No. 8 Kentucky Wildcats will take on the No...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Mike Pickett about 6 months ago 4,585 reads 1 comments

  13. Kentucky Basketball: Will Harrison Twins' Shot Selection Cost Cats Title?

    Kentucky's Aaron Harrison has shot the Wildcats into Monday night's championship game against UConn. He has carved a place out for himself in NCAA tournament history by hitting three game-deciding jumpers in a row...

    Doug Brodess Written by Doug Brodess about 6 months ago 5,556 reads 8 comments

  14. Ankle Not Only Pain for UK's Cauley-Stein

    ARLINGTON, Texas – Imagine spending years working to fulfill one dream, then being told you have to watch it unfold without you. For center Willie Cauley-Stein, Kentucky's mystical run is essentially taking place in a snow globe...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 6 months ago 2,577 reads 0 comments

  15. Side-by-Side Pictures of Aaron Harrison's Two Game-Winners (PHOTOS)

    The shot that Aaron Harrison hit to beat Wisconsin on Saturday night looked an awful lot like the shot that he hit to beat Michigan last weekend...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 55 reads 0 comments

  16. UK 'Champions' Tattooed Fan Headed for Texas; Gets CBS Interview

    Black, a 22-year-old machinist, got his predictive ink on March 13, the day before the Wildcats played their first SEC Tournament game. No one was picking them to play for the national championship then...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 373 reads 1 comments

  17. Aaron Harrison Must Be Aggressive on Offense in 2014 NCAA Championship

    Kentucky's Aaron Harrison has become the epitome of clutch. Entering the 2014 NCAA tournament, we already knew that he contained a beautiful stroke from downtown; however, he's ...

    Sean ODonnell Written by Sean ODonnell about 6 months ago 715 reads 2 comments

  18. UK Would Not Have Been in Position to Win If Not for Julius Randle

    ARLINGTON, Texas -- Without Julius Randle, Aaron Harrison's season -- and probably his college career -- ends on Saturday night. The same could surely be said for plenty more UK players, but Harrison's the man of the moment, the hour, the next 48 hours...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 59 reads 0 comments

  19. Aaron Harrison's Game-Winner, 'Clutch Gene' Propel Kentucky Again

    ARLINGTON, Texas — In the moments after Aaron Harrison took — and made — the biggest shot of his life, Kentucky coach John Calipari motioned for the freshman to go visit his parents courtside...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Agustin Gonzalez about 6 months ago 54 reads 0 comments

  20. Kentucky Basketball: Report Card for 2014 Final Four Showdown vs. Wisconsin

    Another day and another miracle Aaron Harrison jumper for Kentucky basketball, which shocked Wisconsin in the 2014 Final Four by a 74-73 margin...

    Thad Novak Written by Thad Novak about 6 months ago 3,356 reads 2 comments

  21. Lexington Celebrating Kentucky's Final Four Win over Wisconsin (PHOTOS)

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 6 months ago 251 reads 0 comments

  22. Alex Poythress Injury: Updates on Kentucky Wing's Knee

    Celebrate at your own risk. Following Kentucky's 74-73 win over Wisconsin in the Final Four, sophomore wing Alex Poythress appeared to be injured during the Wildcats' postgame celebration...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 6 months ago 106,552 reads 39 comments

  23. Calipari: 'Amazing' What UK Frosh Are Doing

    Calipari: "We played seven freshmen, folks, and they're all performing, in that stage, under those lights, which is an amazing story." .....

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 6 months ago 19 reads 0 comments

  24. Young Proves to Be Unsung Hero in Kentucky Win

    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) — The headlines will go to those unflappable Harrison twins, Andrew who passed to his brother Aaron for the 3-pointer that lifted Kentucky into yet another national championship game...

    David Scipione Written by David Scipione about 6 months ago 56 reads 0 comments

  25. Julius Randle: Stats, Grade, Highlights and Twitter Reaction vs. Wisconsin

    Julius Randle struggled through injuries to have a solid effort to help Kentucky advance past Wisconsin and into the national championship game. His team barely got by the Badgers with a 74-73 win thanks to a late three-point shot by Aaron Harrison.

    Rob Goldberg Written by Rob Goldberg about 6 months ago 1,065 reads 0 comments