– The Bo writes that the Kentucky high school all-stars fought hard against a more talented Indiana team before falling at the end, 100-97.
– U of L guard Preston Knowles will not face charges for punching his girlfriend’s stepfather. However, he will face horrible taunting all season long for fighting over a hairbrush.
– The Associated Press writes that harsher NCAA penalties could be the norm and then includes a note that makes it seem like Kentucky is facing punishment for the Eric Bledsoe story in the New York Times.
– The Sporting News updates their Mock Draft and sends Patterson and Bledsoe both to Memphis, Daniel Orton to San Antonio and DeMarcus Cousins to Sacramento.
– AOL Fanhouse updates their Mock Draft and sends Boogie and Daniel Orton to Minnesota, Patrick Patterson to Houston and Eric Bledsoe to Portland.
– Ken Howlett of A Sea of Blue writes a tribute to Perry Stevenson and Ramon Harris, who I think both played at UK this year.
– Bill Doyle of the Worcester Telegram thinks that Rajon Rondo’s free throw troubles are worth worrying about. Rondo’s percentage has fallen every round and he’s shooting 26.7% from the line in the Finals.
– Under the guise of charity, Bill Self got dressed in Pat Forde’s Sunday night Captain’s Quarters outfit.
– In the “other” sports department, UK’s Rondell Sorillo finished second in the 100 meters at the NCAA Outdoor Track Championships with a time of 10.09. The winner? Florida running back Jeff Demps, who ran a 9.96. Can’t wait to cover that guy out of the backfield!