Category Archives: UK basketball
Big Blue Links for Friday: Connecticut has brought the most pain for Kentucky in recent years Rod Strickland will be joining Orlando Antigua’s staff at South Florida UK signees Towns and Lyles will play on national TV Saturday A Sea … Continue reading
Big Blue Links for Wednesday: LeBron James doesn’t think Calipari will leave UK, writes Mitch Lawrence of NY Daily News. Gary Parrish of CBS Sports puts Kentucky at No. 7 in his way-too-early college basketball rankings for 2014-15.
A few numbers from Kentucky’s loss to Connecticut in the national finals Monday night: * Kentucky was 13-of-24 from the foul line. Louisville was 13-of-23 from the foul line in its 74-69 loss to Kentucky in the Midwest Regional final … Continue reading
ARLINGTON, Tex. — Aaron Harrison had been the man behind the big shot for Kentucky in this NCAA Tournament, winning games with his clutch shooting at the end of games. After UK’s 60-54 loss to Connecticut on Monday night in … Continue reading
ARLINGTON, Tex. — Three quick things from Kentucky’s 60-54 loss to Connecticut in the national championship game: 1. Oh, those missed free throws. They reared their ugly head at the worst possible time. The team that had been up-and-down from … Continue reading
ARLINGTON, Tex. — Transcript from post-game press conference after Kentucky’s loss to Connecticut in the NCAA final. THE MODERATOR: We’re joined by Coach Calipari and student‑athletes Julius Randle and James Young. We’ll start with an opening statement from coach and … Continue reading
ARLINGTON, Tex. — This is it: the NCAA Tournament Championship Game, Monday night between No. 8 seed Kentucky and No. 7 seed Connecticut at AT&T Stadium. Tipoff is set for 9:09 p.m. on CBS. We will be live-blogging, of course. … Continue reading
ARLINGTON, Tex. — If you missed it from earlier, Mark Story and yours truly sat down to preview and predict Monday night’s title game, which is fast approaching, by the way.
ARLINGTON, Tex. — Time for our final look at stats comparisons, this time for the biggest game of the season: Kentucky-Connecticut. As for a Kentucky advantage, you guessed it, the glass. Kentucky is outrebounding opponents by 9.7 per game, compared … Continue reading