ESPN’s Andy Katz recently talked to Rick Pitino about Kentucky’s platoon system, the one and done culture and Kentucky’s title chances.
Andy Katz has released the schedule for the teams which are playing in the Bahamas in August. Kentucky’s are listed in bold. The following is the tentative schedule for the notable teams: Aug. 2: Pitt vs. Commonwealth Giants, 3 p.m.; Aug. 3: Pitt vs. Bahamas All-Stars, 3 p.m.; Aug. 5: Ole Miss vs. Providence Storm, [...]
John Calipari spoke to Andy Katz of ESPN.com recently and confirmed that the Kentucky Wildcats will be playing in the Bahamas without the rehabbing Willie Cauley-Stein. He also spoke about the fierce competition the Wildcats will face while on the trip. “We’ll have 10 days of practice and playing national teams that can beat us,” [...]
Andy Katz of ESPN has tabbed Kentucky freshman James Young as the National Player of the Week. Young lead the Wildcats to a 73-66 victory over Louisville by scoring a team high 18 points. Young also added 10 rebounds and 4 assist. This is Young’s first career double-double. Video courtesy of ESPN. Young was also [...]
Memphis 2013 signee Kuran Iverson made some noise the last couple of days when he said he thought the Tigers’ class was better than Kentucky’s incoming group. He also added this statement, “Yeah, way better. Way better. They talented, we work hard.” Well, it looks like he wasn’t talking about working hard in the classroom. [...]
The upcoming Kentucky Basketball team will be the deepest it has been since John Calipari took the head position in Lexington. Cal spoke with Andy katz about his upcoming squad and the strengths his team will have. “We’re going to be much stronger physically at all positions,” said Calipari, who is still in the running [...]
With the talk of having more practices before the upcoming season, there had been talk that the date of Big Blue Madness could change to earlier, but that doesn’t sound like it is going to happen. John Calipari spoke with ESPN.com’s Andy Katz about the extra practice time and keeping Big Blue Madness the same. [...]