Thursday Apr 17
Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Changes Wildcats Will Undergo in 2014 Offseason
What happens in Kentucky's offseason is still up in the air as NBA general managers and Wildcat fans are all waiting the news on who declares for the NBA.
NBA decisions loom for several Kentucky players
With millions of dollars hanging in the balance, Julius Randle, Aaron and Andrew Harrison and a bunch of other Wildcats soon will have to make one of the biggest decisions of their lives.
National Public Radio
NBA Decisions Loom For Several Kentucky Players
One by one, players in the Kentucky locker room said essentially the same thing: They had not given the NBA a second thought, much less a first, during their stirring Final Four run.
The Hartford Courant
UConn Final Four Flashback: Edging The Wildcats
What they did: UConn beat the Wildcats for the second time that season to advance to the school's third title game.
Christopher L. GASPERKentucky coach still as polarizing as ever
A questioner asked John Calipari during one of the Final Four press conferences why his team seems to be such a magnet for criticism.
The Orlando Sentinel
Doron Lamb needs to roar for Magic
Magic shooting guard Doron Lamb laughed as he recalled the early training he received from his first two coaches, otherwise known as Mom and Dad.
Dorm Report: Kentucky has grown up right in front of us
A quick player turnover rate is nothing new for the Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball program and head coach John Calipari.
Medcalf: Harrisons essential in March run
Mention Andrew and Aaron Harrison , and the Kentucky Wildcats begin to chuckle. The potent pair who has helped the program rise to a third Final Four in four seasons -- this one more improbable than the others -- is a staple of this movement.
New York Daily News
Weiss: Kentucky freshmen rally, stun in-state rival Louisville
Kentucky's Julius Randle starts the celebration after dramatic win over Louisville as No.