Tag Archives: Willie Cauley-Stein
Big Blue Links for Tuesday: * Alex Poythress said Monday that he wants to be more than just potential. That means production. And the sophomore-to-be knows that he will need to produce more next season, especially with John Calipari’s incoming … Continue reading
Willie Cauley-Stein talked to the media today about his decision to return to UK for his sophomore season. It was the Cauley-Stein we’ve come to know and love this past season. He was honest, thoughtful and not given to cliches. … Continue reading
After Kentucky’s win over Missouri two weeks back, UK players said they felt a “breakthrough” and that the team had “turned the corner.” Live and learn, apparently. Because despite Saturday’s win over 11th-ranked Florida, UK freshman Willie Cauley-Stein said Tuesday … Continue reading
Kentucky players Willie Cauley-Stein and Jon Hood talk to the media about Thursday’s game at Georgia.
Five silver linings from Kentucky’s loss last weekend. 1. Willie Cauley-Stein produced his third double-double of the season and his first in SEC play. Cauley-Stein had 13 points and 10 rebounds. He’s had double-figure rebounds in two of his past … Continue reading
Willie Cauley-Stein is probably the most honest player on this year’s Kentucky basketball team, and in Wednesday night’s 74-70 win over Vanderbilt he was quite possibly the best. The freshman scored 20 points, grabbed seven rebounds and blocked three shots. … Continue reading
A couple of clips of Willie Cauley-Stein talking to the media today about how the team approaches playing without the injured Nerlens Noel and how Cauley-Stein, as the only big man now left on the roster, will play in Noel’s … Continue reading
UK freshman Willie Cauley-Stein admits his team is still trying to figure out what John Calipari means when he says he wants the players to love each other.
Big Blue Links for Wednesday: * In a big flip, Jason Hatcher is expected to sign with UK today, reports the Herald-Leader. The Trinity defensive end had originally committed to Southern Cal. * John Calipari stops wearing his tie. Frank … Continue reading