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Aaron Gordon’s high school coach says he still plans to visit Kentucky and will wait until spring to make a decision

Even though he still is carving out his role, Kyle Wiltjer finds himself having to guide his younger teammates through the basics of practice

New Orleans Hornets Coach Monty Williams says Anthony Davis could play some at the three position this year

Through his first three exhibition games, Brandon Knight appears to be making an effort to shed his reputation as a shoot-first point guard

The fan support is what left the greatest impression on Marcus Lee during his official visit to Lexington

Since the beginning of the fall recruiting period, Kentucky has taken a real interest in JaQuan Lyle, who is still wide open in his recruitment

Article written by AaronsUKBasketballBlog

3 Comments for Aaron’s UK Basketball Blog’s Article Links



  1. FrigFullofBeer
    7:08 pm October 16, 2012 Permalink

    Per: Evan Daniels he is hearing Marcus Lee will be picking Kentucky tomorrow



  2. Badams
    7:14 pm October 16, 2012 Permalink

    1, I would say so. He was scheduled to visit Cal this wkend and has cancelled that. Cal is about to land another player with a lot of upside…think WCS.



  3. FrigFullofBeer
    7:17 pm October 16, 2012 Permalink

    It will be great addition to already awesome class, It would have been nice if Wiggins and Julius Randle would have been at Big Blue Madness tho! But they had other things going on at time so all good