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When It Comes To Recruiting, John Calipari Is The Best In The Business

John Calipari might be the best recruiter in college basketball. With so many 5-star players in the 2017 class, how does anyone plan to stop the Wildcats? Or better yet, stop Calipari from getting such high-profile recruits. Kentucky has produced some of the best NBA talent of the decade. Names such as Anthony Davis, John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins, and some key role players that include Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Willie Cauley-Stein, and
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Kentucky Wildcats vs Duquesne Dukes: Watch College Basketball Online

We are still very early in the College Basketball season, but teams are playing towards getting a better position for March Madness. In one of the night games, we will see the Kentucky Wildcats play host to the Duquesne Dukes. On paper, this has the making of being a very lopsided win for the Wildcats. However, as I have learned in my years of watching sports, I have learned anything
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NCAAB: Is Kentucky’s Jamal Murray The Next Canadian Hoops Superstar?

If the 2015 Pan Am games taught us anything, it's that Canadian basketball is a force to reckoned with. And a great deal of credit for the recent success goes to 18-year-old Jamal Murray. Murray will assuredly be one of the most talked about college freshmen in recent years. He is set to join John Calipari at Kentucky for the 2015-16 season. It's just another quality pick up for a
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2015 March Madness: Cleveland The Biggest Winner of Irish-Wildcats 68-66 Thriller

CLEVELAND –  In a nationally-televised nail-biting instant classic between the undefeated Kentucky Wildcats and the sentimental favorites in the Notre Dame Fighting Irish Saturday night, the city of Cleveland emerged the biggest winner. With celebrities in attendance such as LeBron James, Golden Globe-nominated actress and Kentucky Wildcats uber-fan Ashley Judd sprinkled through Quicken Loans Arena—or the Q, to the locals—Cleveland proved to be the place to be, as it was
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2015 NCAA Tournament: Kentucky, Duke, Arizona and Oklahoma Favorites To Reach Final Four

With only 16 teams remaining after a wild first weekend of action, it truly appears to be anyone’s tournament to take. There are four teams that are standing out in this reporters mind and will shape up the Final Four nicely. Kentucky. The obvious choice. They soundly defeated both Hampton and Cincinnati to reach the Sweet 16. West Virginia will press them hard to try and force turnovers but Kentucky
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2015 March Madness: Will Calipari Have His Revenge Against Robert Morris?

Wouldn't it be something if Kentucky lost its opening round game in the NCAA Tournament? It's obviously not going to happen, but sometimes the basketball gods have a funny way of showing themselves. Robert Morris was able to squeak by St. Francis on Tuesday night by a score of 66-63. The Colonials will be making their first appearance at the big dance since 2010, but that doesn't mean they haven't
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NCAAB: Can The Arkansas Razorbacks Sit Atop The College Basketball Landscape?

With football being the driving force behind the SEC, basketball tends to take a back seat. With Florida’s loss to Miami, only Kentucky looks to be top-25 worthy. However, fans should take notice of the Arkansas Razorbacks. Arkansas hasn’t been known for their basketball program as of late. This year, the team might finally get the respect it deserves, and possibly make the NCAA Tournament. In the Razorbacks first two
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2014 March Madness: No.7 UConn vs. No.8 Kentucky, Why The Wildcats Are The Team Of Destiny

[caption id="attachment_24683" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (Jamie Squire/Getty Images North America)[/caption] ARLINGTON -- A very exciting and crazy 2014 NCAA Men’s basketball tournament ends tonight in North Texas. The no. 7 seeded Connecticut Huskies and no. 8 seed Kentucky Wildcats are the pairing for the National Championship Game in Arlington, with UConn having the chance to claim its fourth title in 16 years and Kentucky its ninth, second all-time to UCLA's 11. Both teams clicked on all
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March Madness News and Notes Friday Recap : Kentucky, Michigan State, UConn and Michigan Advance To Elite Eight

[caption id="attachment_24281" align="aligncenter" width="715"] (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images)[/caption] Kentucky, UConn, Michigan and Michigan State highlight the special March Madness News and Notes Recap of The InscriberMag : Digital Magazine.   No.8 Kentucky knocks off Louisville 74-69 : Thanks to a double-double by frosh Julius Randle, the eight-seeded Kentucky Wildcats knocked off bitter in-state rival and defending national champion Louisville, 74-69. Randle, a projected lottery pick scored 15 points and
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NCAA Basketball : Can Julius Randle Carry Kentucky To Arlington?

[caption id="attachment_22517" align="aligncenter" width="563"] (AP Photo/James Crisp)[/caption] LEXINGTON – Thanks to a late tip-in from Julius Randle, Kentucky heads into March Madness with questions about their chances of cutting down the nets. The frosh phenom has been a double-double machine for the Wildcats all season and thanks to his late-game heroics against unranked LSU, he carry Kentucky to their ninth national championship. The question is will he? At 6’9 and