Kentucky to Hold Final Four Open Practice on Friday

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LEXINGTON, Ky. – Members of the Big Blue Nation have the chance to watch top-ranked Kentucky practice inside Lucas Oil Stadium ahead of the Wildcats’ national semifinal rematch with Wisconsin. The Wildcats will take the Final Four floor for their open practice on Friday beginning at approximately 3 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Doors open ...

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Former Wisconsin Player Guarantees a Win Over Kentucky


Former Wisconsin player Ben Brust, who suffered a heartbreaking loss to the Kentucky Wildcats in the NCAA Tournament last season, is setting his former teammates up for a similar fate this year. Brust took to Twitter recently to call himself Daxter Miles (remember him) and guarantee that Kentucky will be 38-1 after Saturday: Back to back Final Four’s. Hate us ...

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John Calipari Named NABC Coach of the Year


Calipari wins NABC Coach of the Year for third time in his career LEXINGTON, Ky. – For the third time in his career, John Calipari has been named National Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches. Calipari moved into second place alone for the most all-time NABC Coach of the Year honors. John Wooden earned the ...

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Video: Wisconsin Players Pre-Kentucky


Wisconsin players met with the media today to talk about facing Kentucky in the Final Four. CLICK HERE to watch the video courtesy of The Cats will face the Badgers April 4th at 8:49 p.m.

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Willie Cauley-Stein Tabbed John R. Wooden All-American


LEXINGTON, Ky. – Kentucky junior forward Willie Cauley-Stein, already considered a consensus All-American by the NCAA, was tabbed a 2015 John R. Wooden All-American on Monday. Cauley-Stein was one of 10 Wooden All-Americans announced on a 30-minute show on ESPNU on Monday. Selected by nearly 1,000 national college basketball media members and the former award winners, the Wooden All-American team ...

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Timeout Chris Webber….Stop Hating on Willie and the Wildcats


If you watched Kentucky’s win over Notre Dame Saturday night, you almost certainly noticed Chris Webber’s open cheering for the Fighting Irish. Webber was still on the anti-Kentucky bandwagon this morning on the Mike & Mike Show on ESPN. The former Michigan Fab Five big man took several shots at the Wildcats and particularly Willie Cauley-Stein. Check these comments out: ...

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Jeff Goodman Names Referees for Final Four and Championship Game


Jeff Goodman of has leaked out the names of the officials who will be working the Final Four and national championship game. Kentucky fans will recognize Pat Adams for sure. Take a look: Refs for Final 4, per source: Brian Kersey. Mike Eades, Doug Sermons, Verne Harris, John Higgins and Pat Adams. — Jeff Goodman (@GoodmanESPN) March 31, 2015 ...

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ESPN’s Shannon Spake Goes to Early Class with the Cats

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ESPN’s Shannon Spake is in Lexington to report on the Kentucky Wildcats for a few days.   I’m reporting from Lexington the next 2 days. Whats are some of the cool things the school and students are doing leading up to Final Four? — Shannon Spake (@SSpakeESPN) March 30, 2015 This morning, Spake went to an 8:00 a.m. class with ...

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Willie Cauley-Stein and Karl-Anthony Towns Honored on AP and NABC All American Teams


Cauley-Stein earns First-Team honors from AP and NABC, Towns named Second Team by AP and NABC LEXINGTON, Ky. – Willie Cauley-Stein became Kentucky’s 25th consensus First Team All-American on Monday after the Associated Press and National Association of Basketball Coaches each selected the 7-foot junior as a first-teamer. The NCAA recognizes the Sporting News, AP, NABC and United States Basketball ...

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Karl Towns is Favorite For Final Four Most Outstanding Player


The odds are out and Kentucky’s Karl Towns is the early favorite for Most Outstanding Player in this year’s Final Four according to CBS Sports. Towns at 3 to 1 and Willie Cauley-Stein is right behind him at 4 to 1. Aaron Harrison is on the list at 7 to 1. Here is the complete list of odds. Karl-Anthony Towns ...

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Does Karl Towns Have A NBA Superstar Butt?

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Charley Rosen, friend of New York Knicks president Phil Jackson, was discussing possible lottery picks Jackson and the Knicks might make this year. Surprisingly, Rosen was not high on Kentucky’s Karl-Anthony Towns, because Towns isn’t as wide as Charley would prefer.

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