John Calipari and his UK basketball coaching staff will be back on the road this weekend to see top recruits play on the Nike, Adidas and Under Armour circuits. James Wiseman, Tyrese Maxey and Vernon Carey will be among their top targets.
Even with the additions of E.J. Montgomery and Ashton Hagans, Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari does not appear to be done with his 2018 recruiting class. Meanwhile, PJ Washington and Wenyen Gabriel have NBA decisions to make.
247Sports national analyst Evan Daniels talks to us about UK commitments EJ Montgomery, Keldon Johnson, Immanuel Quickley and Tyler Herro. Duke recruit R.J. Barrett is No. 1 on the final list of 2018 recruiting rankings.
The latest UK basketball recruiting notes on Tyrese Maxey, Vernon Carey and No. 1 prospect James Wiseman, who hosted John Calipari and Memphis Coach Penny Hardaway for in-home visits this week. Crystal Ball news and insight from Evan Daniels.
The NCAA approved a new college football rule last week that allows returners to fair catch a kickoff inside the 25-yard line and have the ball be placed at the 25 as a touchback. Kentucky's all-time kick return leader reacts to the change.
The Kentucky baseball team is back in Lexington this weekend for three games against SEC-leading Florida at Cliff Hagan Stadium. The series starts Thursday night, and all three games will be available to watch through streaming or national TV.
Kentucky has lost six one-and-done basketball players to the NBA over the past two seasons. Duke has now lost seven. Much like the Kentucky fan base, Duke fans have debated the merits of the one-and-done strategy.
Former Kentucky guard Eric Bledsoe is having a rough NBA playoffs series matched up against former Louisville guard Terry Rozier. Rozier's Boston Celtics lead Bledsoe's Milwaukee Bucks 2-0 in the best-of-seven series.
Kentucky coaches have challenged former Paintsville High School star Kash Daniel to add greater athletic fluidity if he is going to claim the vacant UK starting middle linebacker position. Daniel enters summer with a training plan built to ensure he can do it
After a season of adversity, Hamidou Diallo may have set himself up for more character testing by announcing he will enter this year’s NBA Draft and hire an agent. The ‘dog mentality’ that helped him persevere for UK this past season may come in handy for a player not projected as a first-round pick.