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Yesterday | Lexington Herald-Leader
After the loss to Connecticut in the national championship game, Willie Cauley-Stein sounded like a player intent on returning to Kentucky next season.
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Monday | A Sea of Blue
In today's world of the one and done, or as John Calipari would have it, "succeed and proceed" player, everyone is trying to recruit them.
Projecting one-and-done players isn't always as easy as it was with Derrick Rose out of Memphis.
Whether Kentucky's run to the 2014 national title game was a fluke or not is another debate.
His team, the Philadelphia 76ers , have only five more games left, including Wednesday night's contest with the Toronto Raptors .
UMass guard Derrick Gordon sits down with Kate Fagan to announce that he is gay, becoming the first openly gay athlete in Division I men's basketball.
I think I've made it abundantly clear that I hate the one-and-done rule in college basketball.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced its incoming group that includes former NBA stars Alonzo Mourning, Mitch Richmond and coach Gary Williams.
Charlotte Bobcats guard and UConn alum Kemba Walker had a great night on Monday.
Apr 7, 2014; Arlington, TX, USA; Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and president George W. Bush and president Bill Clinton and former first lady Laura Bush sit in attendance during the championship game of the Final Four between the Kentucky Wildcats and the Connecticut Huskies in the 2014 NCAA Mens Division I Championship tournament at AT&T ... (more)
ESPN.com's director of basketball recruiting, Paul Biancardi, joins Mac and Jim to discuss Kentucky's recruiting, two and through, the national title game, and impact recruits in the ACC.
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.
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.
Kentucky center Dakari Johnson grabs the ball between defenders Connecticut guard Ryan Boatright and guard Shabazz Napier during the second half of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball championship game Monday, April 7, 2014, in Arlington, Texas.