Jared Lorenzen, the former University of Kentucky football standout and NFL backup quarterback, announced on his social media accounts Thursday that “The Jared Lorenzen Project | Hefty Lefty’s Weight Loss Journey” will be published twice per week on Mondays and Wednesdays beginning Feb. 25.
The Sacramento Kings have reportedly made their third trade in 24 hours, sending Skal Labissiere to the Portland Trail Blazers for Caleb Swanigan in a swap of power forwards. The team also waived Ben McLemore.
Enes Kanter, the 26-year-old, 6-11 center who spent a season practicing with Kentucky in 2010-2011 even though the NCAA ruled him ineligible to play, got waived by the New York Knicks after Thursday’s trading deadline.
The popular former Kentucky Wildcats coach, 90, has not been in his familiar seats on Rupp Arena’s front row for several home games in 2018-19 due to persistent pain in his left ankle that makes it difficult for him to stand and move around
Lexington and a team of former Kentucky players will host a regional round of The Basketball Tournament, an annual $2 million event featuring current and former pros, college favorites and other teams this summer.
Dale Barnstable died early Saturday morning. He was 93. Barnstable played on two of UK’s national championships. He was also an accomplished golfer. Before coming to UK, he served in the U.S. Army during World War II.