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LeBron James’ Sunday News and Views

On Sunday, the best basketball player in the world, LeBron James, turns 28 years old.  There’s really no need for introduction as you unquestionably know his celebrity and likely formed a strong opinion about him in one way or another.  Whether you like him or not, James’ talent is undeniable.  LeBron’s career will inevitably put him amongst the all time greats; he averages 27.5 points, 7.2 rebounds, and 6.9 assists lifetime per game.  His awards list is almost too long to type; 8-time NBA All-Star, 2-time All-Star Game MVP, 3-time NBA MVP, and even a 4-time member of the NBA’s All-Defensive team.  However, his critics were quick to let anyone know that he hadn’t won an NBA title.  That changed in 2012 as LeBron led his Miami Heat the promised land and took home a Finals MVP in the process.  In addition to the accolades and accomplishments, he remains a good friend to the University of Kentucky basketball program.  Not that John Calipari needs help recruiting, but that endorsement is pretty huge. So have a good one, Lebron, we here at KSR wish you well.


One story dominated the Commonwealth’s airwaves today and it was the big game in the KFC Yum! Center.  It’s well known by now that Kentucky fell short of a fifth straight victory over the rival Cardinals by a final tally of 77-80.  The game itself didn’t disappoint from the entertainment perspective, though.  A late second half comeback mounted by the road underdog is always fun to be a part of.  Unfortunately for Kentucky, the end result didn’t shake out the way fans would’ve hoped.  This was largely (if not solely) due to the poor free throw shooting and inability to care for the ball.  To put it politely, the free throw shooting was abysmal.  Kentucky finished the game shooting 47.6% from the line. That’s not going to win many games against an opponent the caliber of Louisville.  Turnovers were another factor that ultimately handed the victory to Pitino’s Cardinals.  On the day, Kentucky lost the ball on 14 occasions (20% of possessions) which created numerous easy scoring opportunities for Louisville.


Judging from the reactions of players and fans, it feels as though Kentucky let one slip away on the road.  However, one must appreciate the effort and intensity showed during the second half rally.  It would’ve been easy for Kentucky to quit when trailing 17 points in a hostile road environment that wanted nothing more than a blowout victory over a rival.  But, credit to them, they persevered and nearly won the contest.  Before this game, many questioned whether or not this team possessed “it”.  The question was answered today, it’s now clear this Kentucky team, when clicking, has the potential to not only finish the season with a strong record, but potentially make a deep tournament run.  In his post game presser, John Calipari even dropped an “I like my team.”  However, this team’s true potential cannot be reached without all members performing to the level of their talent, and unfortunately some didn’t (some longer than others).


Alex Poythress:

The stat sheet shows 7 points and 5 rebounds, but you’d be hard pressed to find anyone who’d say Poythress played anywhere near well today.  It was clear early on that he looked rattled by the environment and he certainly played like it.  In a career low 15 minutes of play, he turned the ball over twice, committed 2 fouls, and only connected on 2-6 free throws.  Truthfully, it was just an absolute no show from a player Kentucky cannot afford to be without.


Ryan Harrow:

If you were to pick an MVP on Kentucky’s roster from today’s game, it’d be Ryan Harrow.  His stat line today was highly impressive, scoring 17 points, pulling down 5 rebounds, dishing out 3 assists, and finally stealing the ball from Louisville on 2 occasions.  The most impressive statistic? Zero turnovers.  This is especially impressive for two reasons.  One, the perceived “soft” nature he was tagged with early in the season.  And two, the hyper-aggressive, ball hawking nature of Louisville’s defense which forces turnovers on 30.8 percent of possessions (1st nationally). Given this, Harrow played one hell of a game.


Willie Cauley-Stein:

Cauley-Stein may not have had the prettiest stat line of the game, but he was invaluable to the comeback effort.  Not only did his defensive intensity aid in the game, but his dunk mid-way through the second half ignited the second half rally.  He finished with 6 points and 8 rebounds.  However, it wasn’t all pretty for Cauley-Stein,  he was (officially) 0-4 from the free throw line (technically 0-6), which was a trend throughout the game for Kentucky.


Kyle Wiltjer:

Wiltjer also had played an instrumental role in today’s comeback effort, scoring 14 points in only 19 minutes played.  He was 4-7 from the field and was the only player to shoot 100% from the free throw line.  Also, he was able to pull down 3 rebounds and dish out an assist.  However, his lack of athleticism showed on his three turnovers.


Archie Goodwin:

It was a tale of two Archie’s for Mr. Goodwin tonight.  In the first half he played like a Freshman would in a hostile environment, only posting 3 points. However, in the second half, he came alive, scoring 19 of his 22. He kept the game close in the waning moments when he converted on a rare 4-point play, but it was too much to overcome.  While he showed flashes of brilliance, he struggled with ball control as he coughed it up on 5 occasions.


Nerlens Noel:

Nerlens was also instrumental in keeping Kentucky from being blown out of the building.  He played with his trademark intensity and filled nearly every column on the stat sheet.  He only finished with 8 points, but he did so efficiently on 4-5 shooting from the field.  In addition, he had 8 rebounds (3 offensive), 2 steals, and (officially) 2 blocks.  Seriously he was only credited with 2 blocks.  That’s highway robbery.  Also, like his teammates, he played well through a very “physical” game.


Julius Mays:

If you were to only examine the statistics, you would come away thinking Julius Mays had the worst game of anybody tonight, and offensively that may be true.  He finished with a highly under-whelming 3 points on 1-8 shooting from the field. However, he was receiving open looks, they just never fell. Mays has been in quite the slump lately, only shooting 1-15 (6.7%) from beyond the arc in his last three games.  In spite of his offense, his defensive effort today was helpful in slowing Louisville from making any further runs.


In more comedic news, CBS likely cost Mitch McConnell re-election tonight when an ad was run during the game supporting Louisville’s Athletic Director, Tom Jurich.  I’m not a political adviser (though I play one on the internet), but that cannot be good for your popularity in a Wildcat blue state. His entire commentary can be read hereIt’s worth noting that McConnell is an alumnus of both Universities.


You just read a wall of text and I’m sure you’re still discouraged from the loss, so here’s a gif of Hayden Panettiere for your troubles.



Article written by Jonathan Schuette

85 Comments for LeBron James’ Sunday News and Views

  1. the Big Dog
    11:07 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I like Mayes, but I wonder how long we can go with his shooting. He also looked overpowered by the defense at times. The refs let Siva and Dung get by with so much contact- particularly where the contact lead directly to turnovers. They both should have fouled out in the first half. However, it really came down to the missed freethrows and the failure to get several loose balls and rebounds down the stretch.

  2. Truth
    11:08 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I enjoy the sight of a healthy, naked man.

  3. Hello
    11:14 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    Wow Jonathan, your best “piece” ever! πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜‰

  4. Bigcat4453
    11:15 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    She can eat crackers in my bed any time!!

  5. Cal'sMassiveMilkMakers
    11:18 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    Everyone here posting from a trailer park, please raise your hand.

  6. susan
    11:19 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink


  7. DaCoachMan
    11:19 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    Luck Fouisville!!!

  8. Bigcat4453
    11:20 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I’ve never lived in a trailer. Although I own a few! πŸ™‚

  9. bluekz
    11:22 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    5. Why post the same comment on multiple threads? It negates the humor and makes you look silly. πŸ™

  10. Bigcat4453
    11:29 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    #9 point well taken. For that matter why do you go to a rival board and chat, because you want to talk with intelligent fans and there aren’t any that follow your own team! πŸ™‚ πŸ˜‰

  11. UK Freshmen
    11:30 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    Lets face it….the score was better than the beat down.

  12. Ridge Runner
    11:37 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I’m proud of our guys. But I never felt like we were going to win. We caught some breaks from the refs. It was a rout until their top 3 guys went to the bench with 4 fouls. Thought fouls on both sides during that stretch wer iffy. We also never had the ball in the second half with a chance to tie or take the lead.

  13. Earl
    11:41 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I thought WKC had a great game, few rookie mistakes, but he gave a 110%, lots of hustle. All though he and Noel needs to make sure they are on opposite sides of the basket, they had a couple of easy rebounds with just a little more understanding of the game. Lots of positives, hate moral victories, they are for the weak. But that’s all we have from today. Someone needs to take Alex poythress and get him some lazy pills to cure his laziness, he is costing himself millions.

  14. Catlogic15
    11:47 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I’m over Alex Poythress, and his “beast” potential.

    He’s soft, and lazy. That won’t change apparently.

  15. UK Freshmen
    11:47 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I have a needle prick and need a butt plug.

  16. ukballfan
    11:51 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I thought Coach Cal did a great job of coaching today. For example, the adjustment to get the inbound ball pass to the tallest Wildcat on the floor against a smothering defensive press.
    You could also tell that this team of young talent is starting to find it’s chemistry and starting to play well together. You could also see their hunger to succeed! Keep in mind…. It’s only December………

  17. Buckets
    11:51 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    5 – Get a life, dude. Seriously, get a life, go trim your linebeard, get another neck tattoo and some cream for that herpes outbreak.

    Not giving up on him, but Alex Poythress gets more and more disappointing with each game. The kid should have been the best player on the floor today and it’s like he just doesn’t get it. That, or he doesn’t want it.

  18. CatGrad99
    11:57 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I am new to this site and don’t get the linebeard comments. What is that about? We have 3 or 4 players with linebeards by the way.

  19. Ridge Runner
    11:58 pm December 29, 2012 Permalink

    I’d take Harrell over Poythress any day of the week. The high school rankings of both of these guys was a joke.

  20. LoganBleedsBlue
    12:01 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Peyton Siva has never had a great pet history largely if not entirely due to his hack a cat tendencies. BBN go ahead a start listing things that are more likely to happen than Siva getting a house cat to like him. I will start. More likely that Polsan goes first round in draft than a cat fondles with Siva.

  21. Eric K
    12:04 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    A lose suck’s but this team showed major improvement today! Camp CAL is working! IN CAL WE TRUST!! GO CATS!!

  22. Question
    12:07 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    If we lose 3 SEC games and say lose to Florida in the SEC finals (total of 8 losses), what would our seed be? I’m guessing a 5 or so.

  23. Badams
    12:10 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I have to agree about Alex. Being a quiet person is not an excuse. MKG was quiet but was a beast on defense, drivin to the basket, and on the boards. Liggins was quiet and a beast on defense. Alex is either to getting it, or doesn’t care. He is one of the biggest sfs in the country, there is no reason he can’t dominate, he has shown us glimpses of that. He can be exactly what Terrence Jones was. When a highly rated player is only playin 15 minutes, it doesn’t look good. At this rate, Alex will be back next year. And those turnovers he had has nothin to do with youth and all to do with basketball IQ. He has like a 4.0 GPA, he has to be smarter than that. Loved what I saw from Harrow and WCS today. But please work on your free throws!

  24. Lpool03
    12:12 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Glad to see Mitch McConnell busy lobbying for uofl while the us is facing so many bigger problems. That crooked self-serving a-hole should have lost his job years ago.

  25. CatGrad86
    12:15 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    The momentum of the game changed when Kyle hit the 3’s. He is the leader of the team when he hits his 3’s.

  26. CATS
    12:17 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I know it doesn’t bother UofL fans, but if I’m Pitino I’d be a little worried that the best team he has had at UofL almost lost to Cal’s worst team at UK. Not to mention that UK wins the game if they make free throws. We fought back, but are still not even close to what we could be in March and unfortunately for Pitino, he’s team isn’t going to get that much better. All of that on top of the fact that they were playing at home with their veterans against our young guys who still haven’t quite figured the college game out yet. Once our team chemistry evolves, watch out. I’d love to meet them in the Final Four again. Hey, even Pitino is bound to beat Cal one every 5 times. He’s not perfect, even though sometimes you’d believe he was.

  27. eastcoastcat
    12:24 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Kyle lights it up!! and Nerlens stuffs it down. Harrow is doin his thing now and who knows what Archie is capable of. Did somebody run over Poythress’ dog?


  28. Girt
    12:28 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Mitch Mcconnell=dog feces!

  29. Kevin C.
    12:28 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I hate to say it, but I just don’t see the Poythress saga ending well. I’m betting he’ll either transfer… late this year, or over the summer… or do the completely illogical, and jump into the draft, like Kelena Azibuke (though he kinda had a good reason, and eventually it worked out for him…sorta). More and more, Poythress just seems like a wasted scholly, and I’m sick of hearing about Cal coddling him. If we were deeper, he’d likely already be off the team.

  30. Rixter
    12:31 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    all I hear about it Louisville’s back court, how they’re the best in the country.
    Smith and Siva combined for 40 pts, 9 reb,4 assists and 6 turnovers.
    Harrow and Goodwin tallied 39 pts, 10 reb,5 assists and 5 turnovers.

    Call ’em 1 and 1A?

  31. bellcofan
    12:35 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    How can you say Mays had defensive effort. His defensive is almost as bad as Kyle.

  32. grrr
    12:43 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    hey its my bday to a##holes and i am 21 so im a lil smamered. BBN!!!!!

  33. grrr
    12:44 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    No more negativity guys and gals its my bday so suck it up that we just lost we got a long season yet my friends

  34. Bird dog
    12:52 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Thanks for the gif at the end, now I’m going to bed and slap my wife.

  35. SeaCat
    1:12 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I am worried about Cal.
    He is trying too hard to get
    these guys on track…
    Should he give up, not stress out,
    and focus on next year…
    Honestly, we don’t have a pot heads
    prayer without Poythress………………..

  36. Marvb
    1:19 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Let’s face it. This post was a little hurtful!! The hot chick at the end helped!!

  37. Badams
    1:21 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    36, he gets paid millions to coach and thats exactly what he should do. I think the only people that leave are Noel and Goodwin, so coaching this team up is gettin them ready for next year. Mix in this years team with next years freshmen and we very well could see a repeat of last years team.

  38. williamtitan
    1:23 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    im so blessed to have a girlfriend that looks like her πŸ˜€

    1:26 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    According to Wikipedia, the girl in the gif has a tattoo of the Italian words Vivere senza rimipianti [sic] running down her left side. The word rimpianti is misspelled in what otherwise would mean “Living Without Regrets”

    Oops!!! Gotta love blonds!

  40. SadCat
    1:27 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I hate to say it, but
    Poythress is either super stoned
    or super stupid.
    The kid needs help, big time…
    He is pissing away millions of dollars

  41. Commish
    1:50 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Poythress never got into the flow of the game….he lets his offensive game dictate the rest of his game…he is worried about getting his shot blocked and shies away from contact….reminds me a lot of Darius with his approach…he just needs some confidence and just learn to quit worrying about making mistakes…as Cal says just play!….the real BBN has got your back big fella!!

  42. Amaze Pants
    1:58 am December 30, 2012 Permalink


  43. Commish
    2:14 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    In watching the game, was wondering why we don’t flash Alex or Kyle in the middle against the zone instead of Nerlens….seems they would pose better options for that foul line jumper which Nerlens passed up today …..liked our effort, but execution needs work..also why did we not attack the rim when we beat there press or try to run a fast break off a block or defensive rebound…I’d like to see this team get some easy baskets in big games to ease some of the pressure on half court sets

  44. itsallgood
    2:40 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    guys lets be honest and snap into reality. We are a dang young team with little exp. We just played a team that alot of people say may be the best, not to mention we did play the best in Duke early in the season. In both games with a young team like we have we were in position to win. We are gonna be good doesnt matter what seed we get. The main thing they need is confidence. Mr. Poythress is a beast and will be as long as he gets confidence. We got this guys its all good.

  45. Bobb Gunn
    3:39 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Wish to God we could get Mitch out of office. Piss off Mitch

  46. DVR is your Friend
    4:50 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Just finished breaking down the game and actual fouls for Siva-12, Smith-11 and Dieng-9 lead me to the conclusion that UK wins this game on any court in the world, except the Pizza Hut Arena. Finally feel great about this teams ceiling and the fact that UL will win nothing (again) this year. Turned out to be a good day. Muck Fitch in his filthy turtle face.

  47. Uncle Willie
    5:02 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    The Mitch bit,I think was something he read into the record before an empty Senate chamber to honor him. All of them do it. CBS found it and used it to show what a great job Jurich is doing. I am confident McConnell would not have paid to show that bit it that time. He may have paid to keep it off. Someone at CBS may have been politically savy enough to know that they were NOT doing McConnell a favor.

  48. Alex who
    5:11 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    At UK there is no moral victories! We got beat by a better team period! I don’t care how Poythress played if Goodwin hadn’t tried to do too much at the end we might have won. The blocked 3 and wild shot back to back down 3 was the game!
    Goodwin will learn to play situation basketball we will be ok. It’s easier to fix a kid trying to hard as to one not trying hard enough. I don’t think Goodwin is selfish, it’s more still playing high school ball. By March if we meet agian we very well could be the better team!

  49. Alex who
    5:21 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    44) I’m pretty sure UK already has a coach who is making millions to coach this team! I think he’s doing one hell of a job too. I’m betting he’s not going to be calling you for any pointers any time soon.
    36) really you want to give up on this team because they lost on the road to the #4 team in the country? We very well could have won if shot better from the line, and that was with Poythress not showing up. Didn’t you see Harrow playing well? Don’t you think we would have beat Duke if he had played, and they are #1? This team could still end up having a great year!

  50. Cat fan
    5:33 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Where was the Hayden video from?

  51. tdogg40330
    5:35 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Calipari brought in Harrow and didn’t recruit a PG for a reason, it’s starting to show. This
    team will keep gettin better, gonna be in the hunt come March …. no doubt.

  52. BPsycho
    6:14 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Be glad I’m a respectful scroller, had you put that gif anywhere near the top, I wouldn’t have read a ************ thing you ************ posted.

    Nashville on ABC!

  53. Culver
    7:10 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    The next “Camp CaL” better include free throw shooting…just saying!

  54. Holler Baller
    7:35 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Greg Anthony makes Barry Booker sound like a genius. Don’t understand why he was needed to announce Brando and Kellog do just fine. Please never again!!!!!!

  55. Jared
    7:48 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    From Kentucky fans, I would just like to thank Louisville and Indiana fans for continuing to come to this site and troll. For every page view you trigger, KSR earns more money, which means this site will continue to be around. So, have fun making your inane comments that no one really reads or remembers, and keep making Matt Jones some cash.

  56. tickle
    8:24 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    if you love your country you gotta love trashy blondes

  57. Beavis
    8:54 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    # 29,,,,yep,,,,and Harry Reid is where it lands.

  58. harry
    8:55 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    judd for the senate

  59. maconvolfan
    8:56 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    #55–Barry Booker, friend of KSR, IS a genius.

  60. harry
    8:57 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    if you have sleep apnea, just listen to McConnell talk for about 20 min. works like a charm!

  61. Mike
    8:59 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Appears most of BBN is labeling AP as a full fledged (WUSS) and should be arrested for posing as a very talented player wearing a beast like exterior. Does he not have any family and friends that can encourage him to get off his A$$ and play to his ability? I don’t understand the comment that he seemed rattled by the environment.

  62. harry
    9:03 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I don’t understand why would Indiana/Louisville fans come here. Even if you do want to bash, at least have valid arguments. Instead, you sound juvenile!

  63. Dano
    9:06 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    The refs did cost us the game. They put us at the FT line.

  64. Beavis
    9:14 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Nope,,,,if I have sleep apnea,,,,I just listen to Obama,,,,works every time.

  65. plowboy
    9:28 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Some 0f Cal’s teams have lost several games and still made it to the final four. This team needs to spend more time in the gym shooting free throws on their own time. That would solve the problem. A good team meeting behind might help them.

  66. cman
    9:40 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I’m not mad about the game forrral cuz it was a good game.. but what makes me mad is how terrible we shot freethrows and how alex didnt show up to play.. alex has got to get it together.. he has the potential to be the best player on the team. . We r lookin a lot better and march will be fun go cats

  67. Sleep MD
    9:53 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    I believe you both are mistaking “sleep apnea” for “insomnia”

  68. letsroll
    9:58 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Sorry Poythress needs all of Mays minutes if Cal does not get Poythress playing at a high level where thur for the year no way does Mays play 35 and Poythress plays 15 play the kid till he fouls out .

  69. The Worst Poster Ever Award
    9:59 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Uk Freshmen-You continue to post crap here, day after day. Your writing is awful and you have nothing constructive or original to add. For your collective body of work, you are hereby awarded the Cretin of the Year award. Wear it with pride.

  70. Cayuts
    10:05 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Kentucky is not a blue state you idiot. The average Kentucky fan may not like the Jurich ad but they are reliably Republican due to the common racism.

    The sad thing is you morons would actually vote based on a perceived slight at UK. But this ad didnt even do that because he just talked about jurich and didn’t put down UK. But since he didn’t praise UK, it’s wrong. GET LIVES YOU IDIOTS

    I can already hear the “don’t tell us to get lives, you’re on our site”….I came here to read the post-mortem and the idiotic excuses about how the loss where you trailed virtually the entire game was really a victory. But you proved my point with the McConnell paragraph. You idiots really have nothing at all in your pathetic lives other than UK basketball, and most of you racist rednecks didn’t even go there because your idea of success in life is getting a $10 hr job that gives you just enough money to go to the sec tourney

  71. ksr fan
    10:08 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Thanks for the gif. It really does help.

  72. Delk for 3
    10:18 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Julius Mays either develops a mid-range game or else he will forever be known as a big disappointment. He flat out does nothing but shoot threes — and most of the time he just ball fakes, and doesn’t even shoot. He obviously can’t get to the rim, so he needs to develop a mid-range shot to go with that ball fake he does at the arc. He could fake, put the ball on the floor, and pull up from 15 feet. He doesn’t do that though and is content with either shooting three’s or doing absolutely nothing.

    Also, the writer here credits his defense? What?!?! Are you even watching? Mays is terrible defensively and does not provide any high level of effort. One time Russ Smith was flying down the court, goes past Noel at the free-throw line, and Mays has a chance to step over and draw a charge but he just stands there and lets Russ lay the ball in. Overall, Mays just lets guards drive by him over and over again out at the perimeter.

  73. Delk for 3
    10:24 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    71 — You are a sad person. Keep on being superior — in your own mind.

  74. mojocat
    10:38 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    McConnell’s support of the NDAA 2013 bill and the ability to hold Americans indefinitely without trial should be ENOUGH to guarantee his dismissal and A TRIAL FOR TREASON! ! YOU PEOPLE TO TO WAKE UP BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE! !

  75. MercerNary
    11:04 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Congratulations Louisville on yesterdays win! You beat a freshmen laden Kentucky team, who has not come close to reaching it’s performance ceiling, by three points at home. I know that sounds bad when I put it that way, but hey, it’s a win over Kentucky! (and we know those are few and far between) So enjoy this win while you can, as it will be as short lived as a sexual encounter with Rick Pitino at an Italian restaurant.

  76. Cat
    11:05 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    #43) “Disappoythress” First time I have seen this. Very clever. Alex seems to be lost. I understand he is a beast in the class room and that is where it really matters. His basketball acumen hasn’t caught up to his class room acumen. If he came to UK to primarily get a quality education, he will do well. If he came to UK to increase his stock and impress NBA scouts he has thus far failed. Having potential means there is something yet to be realized. He has plenty of that. Right now it appears he simply doesn’t “want it”. Don’t know that’s the case, just appears that way. He seems to be satisfied with whatever happens to fall in his lap rather than busting his A$$ to take what’s his. The true superstars thrive in that type of atmosphere. Rise to the occasion. The average understandably wilt. I hope he figures it out before February.

  77. Cat
    11:08 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    #75, really? How is Obummers Bengazi investigation going? It’s too late alright. You want to find Treason, look no further than the White House!

  78. Stigall
    11:19 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    We are one player short. Mays isn’t good enough to play 35 minutes. Polson may have shat himself in the first half, and Poythress is the biggest disappointment since Rob Lock

    If Cal had landed one of Bennett, Oriaki or Bazz we would be a NC contender or if Teague had stayed. How’s that NBA pine feel on your butt Marquis?

  79. kentuckyjoe
    11:24 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    73 – Delk; you got it exactly right. And 44 – good idea. It’s like we shoot only threes, layups, or dunks. How about a few 10 – 15 footers.

  80. Troy
    11:47 am December 30, 2012 Permalink


    His upside is LIMITED !! Let Goodwin and Harrow play 35 minutes a game, Wiltjer 25 minutes a game, and let these players with FAR more potential develop.

  81. Troy
    11:48 am December 30, 2012 Permalink

    #73 EXACTLY ! Mays is undersized, over weight and slow. I would give Polson more time than Mays as he is MUCH quicker.

  82. Kyinfl
    1:13 pm December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Nice video loop Can the cat fan ladies get some love too! Look toward magic mike movie for clip!

  83. Beavis
    5:24 pm December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Her legs are to thin to go with that stomach she has. Maybe take a pic of her from the boobs up.

  84. sgt. stadenko
    8:07 pm December 30, 2012 Permalink

    Is this the coach’s daughter from Remember the Titans? Great googly moogly.