-The Bat Cats are only one game away from playing for an SEC title, with the Mississippi State Bulldogs standing in their way. Starting pitcher, Corey Littrell, didn’t have a great showing against the Bulldogs in his May 19th start, but has a chance at redemption today.
-There are a ton of prep tournaments this weekend. Our main man, Evan Daniels, outlines each tourney and the future college hoops stars playing in them here. Among the players in action are UK targets Jabari Parker, Andrew Wiggins, The Harrison Twins, and James Young. Take a look.
-Talk has surfaced that there might be a rankings shake up in the 2014 class. Right now, everyone has penciled in Wiggins as the top guy, but Chicago Whitney Young big man Jahlil Okafor is not far behind. Personally, I don’t buy it. I’ve seen both these players in action, and I think Wiggins is a better player. According to Rivals.com, Okafor is not considering Kentucky right now, but maybe Coach Cal will change that pretty soon.
-NBC Sports’ Robert Dauster published a great article about Coach Calipari, and how he continues to be ahead of the recruiting curve. In the article, he channels Cal’s recruitment of 2015 New Jersey big man, Karl Towns.
-ESPN High School basketball experts held a fantasy draft of 2013 high school players. They tell why they drafted certain players at certain positions, and give a little more insight into next year’s class. I love this type of thing.
-UK signee, Derek Willis, took a drop in the new rankings of both ESPN and Scout.com. He talks about why he thinks he dropped so far, and why he doesn’t pay much attention to analysts.
Seen the top ten dunks of the NBA regular season yet? Well, John Wall and Kenneth Faried make appearances and Blake Griffin abuses Pau Gasol twice. The helpless looks on Pau’s face are priceless. Please, Check it out:
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