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Big Blue Links for Friday: Karl-Anthony Towns is the overall No. 1 pick and four former Cats are taken in the top 13 of the 2015 NBA Draft, reports Jerry Tipton of the Herald-Leader from Brooklyn. Mark Story of the … Continue reading
ESPN reports that at least 20 players will be invited to New York for Thursday’s NBA Draft, including four Kentucky players. Karl-Anthony Towns, Willie Cauley-Stein, Trey Lyles and Devin Booker are all expected to be invited, reports Andy Katz. Towns … Continue reading
Of Kentucky’s “Magnificent Seven” who announced Thursday their intentions of entering the NBA Draft, there were only a couple of surprises, i.e. freshmen Trey Lyles and Devin Booker. Lyles was a mild surprise. The freshman was considered a definite one-and-done … Continue reading
Here are seven videos of the seven Kentucky basketball players who announced Thursday they will enter the 2015 NBA Draft. Above his Willie Cauley-Stein, who says that everything John Calipari does as Kentucky coach prepares his players for the NBA.
INDIANAPOLIS — Here’s the Kentucky transcript from Friday’s press conference previewing Saturday’s national semifinal game against Wisconsin. THE MODERATOR: We’re joined by John Calipari. We’ll take questions for Coach Calipari. Q. John, you’ve won the Coach of the Year award. … Continue reading
CLEVELAND — This being the so-called “off” day between Thursday night’s Midwest Region semifinals and Saturday’s final, there was time for press conferences and — yes — video. We have video from Kentucky players Willie Cauley-Stein, Karl-Anthony Towns, Andrew Harrison, … Continue reading
LOUISVILLE — Kentucky freshman Trey Lyles talks to the media after scoring 11 points and grabbing 11 rebounds in the NCAA Midwest Regional win over Cincinnati.
LOUISVILLE — Player videos from the Kentucky locker room on Wednesday. Actually, the locker room was so crowded that some of the players were taken to an adjacent locker room so the media could spread out a little bit.
NASHVILLE — Trey Lyles contributed nine points and seven rebounds to Kentucky’s SEC Tournament title win over Arkansas. Here the freshman talks about the physical play and how the Cats expect more of that in the NCAA Tournament.