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  • Aaron Harrison helps Kentucky achieve his vision

    Aaron Harrison helps Kentucky achieve his vision
    It's easy to say now that Kentucky was a team destined for greatness. But in the middle of a late-winter slide that included three losses in four games, a rarity in Lexington, few could have seen even a glimmer of hope for the Wildcats to be playing...
  • Kentucky's Hawkins recalls Sweet Sixteen run in win over Cards

    INDIANAPOLIS His Kentucky Wildcats the team he grew up rooting for were down 13 points to archrival Louisville just a few minutes into Friday's game, but Dominique Hawkins didn't panic. The freshman guard from Richmond was in a similar spot this time...
  • Willie Cauley-Stein to miss Kentucky-Michigan game

    INDIANAPOLIS Sophomore Willie Cauley-Stein leads Kentucky with 106 blocks. UK's next five most prolific shot-blockers have combined for 99. So Kentucky figures to miss Cauley-Stein if he's unable to play against Michigan on Sunday in the NCAA...
  • It's all in the family for Frank Kaminsky III

    It's all in the family for Frank Kaminsky III
    At Shinnick's Pub seven blocks from U.S. Cellular Field, poster-sized reproductions of this week's Sports Illustrated cover of Wisconsin's Frank Kaminsky and teammate Josh Gasser confirm visitors have just entered Badgers territory in the heart of...
  • Watershed moments in broadcasting to come this weekend

    Two over-the-air changes will be ushered in this weekend, both of some historical significance by broadcast standards: For the first time, the national semifinals of a Final Four will be televised not only on cable, but on multiple cable networks at...
  • Kentucky notes: Alex Poythress insists his left knee is fine

    ARLINGTON, Texas Alex Poythress' left knee seemed no worse for wear Sunday after the Kentucky sophomore forward got buried at the bottom of the team's dog pile a day earlier. "My leg got caught underneath," Poythress said Sunday. "It hurt for a little...
  • Zack McMillin: Odds are in Florida's favor in Final Four

    Media will begin arriving today in Dallas for the Final Four, and you can expect stories envisioning scenarios whereby No. 1 Florida does not win the national championship. But the Gators are huge favorites Las Vegas has them at even odds to win it all,...
  • UConn tops Kentucky for 4th NCAA title

    UConn tops Kentucky for 4th NCAA title
    ARLINGTON, Texas — Only nine minutes remained in the NCAA tournament championship when guard Ryan Boatright rolled his ankle. His mother, Tanesha, watching from the AT&T Stadium stands, knew her son wouldn't budge. That's not how the Boatrights,...
  • Lakers: Calipari is not our next coach

    Lakers: Calipari is not our next coach
    Is John Calipari heading from the Bluegrass State to Hollywood? Former Kentucky basketball star Rex Chapman tweeted Monday that Calipari, the Wildcats' coach, would be the Los Angeles Lakers' next coach. The Lakers moved quickly to deny the report,...
  • Sunday's NCAA Elite Eight previews

    EAST REGIONAL At New York No. 4 Michigan State vs. No. 7 Connecticut, 2:20 p.m. EDT (CBS) The Huskies' DeAndre Daniels was the difference against Iowa State with 19 of his 27 points in the second half. But the key is guard Shabazz Napier, who got...
  • Even if the slipper fits, can Kentucky ever be a Cinderella?

    Aaron Harrison's moon shot beat Michigan on Sunday. Two nights earlier, his three-pointer from the corner beat Louisville. The previous weekend, Wichita State's Fred VanVleet missed a potential game-winner at the buzzer. Good fortune in triplicate helped...
  • Wisconsin, Kentucky: Contrasting Styles Starts At Top

    ARLINGTON, Texas — On one side is John Calipari, as polished and glib today as he was 20 years ago at UMass. On the other side is Bo Ryan, the self proclaimed "old guy" who rose from the Division III coaching ranks to an office in the Big Ten....