50 min ago | Cleveland.com
It's the unofficial start of summer this weekend, and just another big lottery week for the local basketball team.
6 hrs ago | A Sea of Blue
News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Kentucky gets another football commitment, has 16th ranked class in the country right now.
If there's one adage about recruiting that always rings true, it's this: recruiting never stops.
One of the things you really have to love about John Calipari is that sometimes, you can really tell that he runs a "players first" program.
News and commentary from around the Big Blue Internet. Cleveland wins the draft lottery, will likely choose Nerlens Noel.
Florida is a recruiting Shangri-La. Every team who played in a BCS bowl game had some Florida players on their roster.
Kentucky basketball reached uncharted territory last year, in the wrong way. After a first-round exit in the NIT, John Calipari and the Wildcats more than reloaded for the 2013-14 season by bringing in arguably the best recruiting class in school history.
Kentucky forward Nerlens Noel is favoured to be the top pick in next month's NBA Draft.. This year's NBA Draft will be a crapshoot as team's scour a weak crop of players in search of frontline talent.
CBSSports.com's Matt Moore projects Kentucky's Archie Goodwin and Pittsburgh's Steven Adams to the Atlanta Hawks in the first round of the 2013 NBA Draft.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. If Nerlens Noel is not the first pick in the 2013 NBA Draft, then Ben McLemore will be.
Some of America's best young basketball talents will play college basketball next season at Kentucky.
After dropping game one of the day that forced a winner-take-all regional final, the University of Kentucky softball team got three-plus strong innings of work from junior pitcher/infielder Lauren Cumbess in the circle, who also delivered the game-winning RBI single, while freshman pitcher Kelsey Nunley shut the door in the final 3.1 innings, ... (more)
With seven consecutive national championships to its credit, there is no longer any doubt which league is the country's most dominant.
Kentucky's Anthony Davis, left, is congratulated by former teammate Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, right, after Davis was selected the No.
Hobbling around on crutches at the Harrison Street Athletic Facility for the NBA draft combine, Alex Len spotted his name on a placard, maneuvered over to a folding chair and gently sat down.