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Now, The Article Links-

Nearly seven months after Calipari won his first title with a team anchored by underclassmen, he is eager to see if this group can go as far as their predecessors

Archie Goodwin simply turns to senior Julius Mays on and off the court when he needs a boost

It is not without merit that New Orleans’ Anthony Davis has earned impossible billing as “The Next Tim Duncan” among some NBA observers

The Houston Rockets picked up the option on Patrick Patterson’s rookie contract

It’s possible Doron Lamb could be part of the Milwaukee Bucks rotation against the Celtics on Friday

Kentucky and Syracuse have taken vastly different paths toward retaining national prominence

Article written by AaronsUKBasketballBlog

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



  1. BigRush
    7:24 pm October 30, 2012 Permalink

    Whoa… The next Tim Duncan? AD is the man but I think some people need to relax on the comparisons. Plus he plays nothing like Duncan. If you’re going to make outlandish comparisons… Well then at least call him a better version ok KG



  2. Breakfast Speedway Hotdog
    8:49 pm October 30, 2012 Permalink

    that Syracuse story had nothing to do with Kentucky. Its a puff piece about they’re own team. Get yo fax straight and keep our name out yo mouth Syracuse



  3. Ibescootch
    3:32 am October 31, 2012 Permalink

    #2 what are you talking about? No one ever said that story wasn’t about Syracuse. And it was actually about Kentucky a little, and even favorably in a way. If anything, it said that we’re the only team in the country, with the only coach in the country that can recruit, play, and lose guys to the draft, and do it again. Year after year. How’s that negative at all? It actually makes Syracuse look weak because they haven’t been able to get the very best every year, and have to settle for doing things the old-fashioned way.