Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball

Malik Newman. An explosive combo guard from Jackson, Mississippi, committed to Mississippi State on April 24th. Newman chose Mississippi State over Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Florida State, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisville, LSU, Memphis, N.C. State, North Carolina, Ole Miss, Duke Georgetown, and Southern Miss. I wasn’t that caught off guard by Newman’s decision to stay in hisContinue reading “Malik Newman’s Commitment to Mississippi State Great for College Basketball”

Karl-Anthony Towns Leads Seven Kentucky Players Heading to NBA Draft

The Kentucky Wildcats were running a straight pipeline to the National Basketball Association last college basketball season, and now they will see seven of their best players head to the NBA, as a projected number one overall pick Karl-Anthony Towns leads the way for the players declaring for the draft, followed by Willie Cauley-Stein, TreyContinue reading “Karl-Anthony Towns Leads Seven Kentucky Players Heading to NBA Draft”

Kentucky’s Harrison Twins Declare for NBA Draft

Kentucky Wildcats guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison will be declaring for the 2015 NBA Draft according to CBS Sports’ Gary Parrish. Both of the Harrison’s were in their sophomore years at the University of Kentucky, and are both projected to be selected in the 2015 NBA Draft, which takes place on June 25th in NewContinue reading “Kentucky’s Harrison Twins Declare for NBA Draft”

Andrew Harrison Won’t Receive Discipline For Slur

Kentucky Wildcats guard Andrew Harrison had three words to say when he was asked about Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky, and let’s just say they weren’t very positive. Since the video of the three words came out, Harrison has been ripped by various media members and fans of the college basketball world. However, Harrison won’t faceContinue reading “Andrew Harrison Won’t Receive Discipline For Slur”

Andrew Harrison Apologizes For Comment About Frank Kaminsky

After the Kentucky Wildcats’ 71-64 loss versus the Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky guard Andrew Harrison wasn’t a happy camper when he was asked about Wisconsin star Frank Kaminsky, who had 20 points and 11 rebounds in the game as Andrew Harrison had a very explicit comment towards Kaminsky. Harrison has since then apologized for his commentsContinue reading “Andrew Harrison Apologizes For Comment About Frank Kaminsky”

Andrew Harrison Drops Explicit Remark When Asked About Frank Kaminsky

The Kentucky Wildcats saw their undefeated season get extinguished by the Wisconsin Badgers by the score of 76-64, and some Wildcats were very upset about it. Willie Cauley-Stein and the Harrison twins (Andrew and Aaron) were among the most mad, as they didn’t even shake the Wisconsin players hands. Andrew Harrison let everyone knew whatContinue reading “Andrew Harrison Drops Explicit Remark When Asked About Frank Kaminsky”

Kentucky Stays Perfect With Win Over Georgia 72-64

The Kentucky Wildcats are now 30-0! Despite going down 9 with 9 minutes to go, the Wildcats became the Rally cats, leading them to a 72-64 win versus the Georgia Bulldogs. Not only are the Wildcats undefeated overall, they are also undefeated in SEC play with one game to go. Projected lottery pick Karl AnthonyContinue reading “Kentucky Stays Perfect With Win Over Georgia 72-64”

Willie Cauley-Stein Throws Down Potential Dunk of the Year

The Kentucky Wildcats are looking to remain perfect against the Florida Gators, and a dunk by Wooden Award candidate Willie Cauley-Stein will have the pumped up to do so. After a steal by Harrison brother Andrew Harrison, Cauley-Stein risied up to the rim and threw down a NBA Jam type dunk. HE THREW IT DOWNContinue reading “Willie Cauley-Stein Throws Down Potential Dunk of the Year”

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