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Willie Cauley-Stein shut down Anthony Davis, has no doubt UK can win it all



Willie Cauley-Stein is at the Nike Big Man Skills Academy in Union, New Jersey this week and part of his responsibilities at the camp include defending Anthony Davis. Davis, whose name is on the event with Amare Stoudemire, matched up against Cauley-Stein on Tuesday and was held scoreless, according to Willie.

“I mean, it’s Anthony Davis, he’s a pro for a reason,” Cauley-Stein said of the former Wildcat. “For the most part it was good. He didn’t score on me so that’s a good thing.”

ZagsBlog stopped by the camp to ask Willie about Kentucky’s chances of winning it all next season. He told the website, “I have no doubt in my mind that we can do it. If we come together we should be fine.”

Karl Towns is also in attendance at the academy, which features the top 15-20 high school big men and 10 from the college ranks.



Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

36 Comments for Willie Cauley-Stein shut down Anthony Davis, has no doubt UK can win it all

  1. Lamont
    11:39 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    As long as they don’t play Robert Morris

  2. Chumlee
    11:45 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    I like the confidence Cauleystein got

  3. Julio
    11:45 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Go suck my goat Lamont.

  4. The real question
    11:47 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    But did HE score on Davis?

  5. CAT
    11:48 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    #1 Get thee back to the Red Birds webpage and BBN doesn’t want to hear your BIG RED mouth! GO HOME!

  6. Wordsmiths' Alert
    11:49 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    #1-Do you show this kind of writing promise in elementary school? Don’t give up!

  7. reeaally
    11:50 am June 27, 2013 Permalink

    ummm we are playing* robert morris

    *by playing I mean winning by 50 points.

  8. Jeffrey
    12:00 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    @ 1: They actually are, this upcoming season. I feel sorry for Robert Morris.

  9. Gman
    12:24 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Let’s see what he can do against a few 6-6 guys guarding him.

  10. Al/in/Indy
    12:36 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    1, while Uvel will be tearing up the likes of Cambleville’s college of beauty The Cats will be playing the Dukes, of the world on their way to #9….SUCK IT!

  11. Cats #9
    12:43 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Them Cats and all there fans is gonna be celebrate #9
    Loserville is will be in NIT write it down

  12. Mc
    12:47 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Just a reminder that UL has been to the NIT twice under Pitino, and Karen Sypher has had one abortion for being under Pitino.

  13. ukfastcat
    12:57 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    #1 Apparently the national champions do not have a discussion forum for you to discuss the perfect line beard, latest tattoos and how to pimp your dilapidated ride.
    Let us count the number of UL big men attending this elite clinic.
    That should even be easy for a moron like you.
    You are correct. Z E R O.
    Coincidentally, that number will exactly match the number of victories your team will have against ours this season.

  14. Lamont
    1:00 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Cal Chizik will be gone within three years

  15. Lamont
    1:04 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    2013 Pitino to Hall of Fame
    2013 Cal to NIT

  16. Tardmont
    1:25 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    L1C4 Louisville 1 Cal 4

  17. David
    1:27 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Congrats on your first title in my lifetime. But 8>3. Cal will win more titles at UK more than Pitino at UofL.

  18. Mc
    1:36 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    In 6 years when Calipari is Pitino’s age now, he will also be in the Hall of Fame, with at least the same # of championships as a coach. Write it down. Also, again Pitino has been to 2 NIT’s with UL. The ironic thing is, he was Cal’s age during his last trip to the NIT in 2006.

  19. Hmmm
    1:43 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Pitino at UL:

    N2A1 NIT’s 2 Abortion’s 1

  20. Kentucky Effect
    1:50 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    WCS has the ability to be one of the best big men in college basketball this season. This is a major down year for Centers, most bolted in this years weak draft (Noel, Plumlee, Len, Withey, Bennett, Zeller, Adams, Olynyk, Dieng)

  21. Lamont
    1:59 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    I was wrong, I’m a dumbass. I know not what I say. 8>0 NCAA violations Rickie (8) vs Cal (0). I have seen the errors of my way. Please disregard any further posts from me because it will be nonsense. Thanks and go Big Blue!

  22. Bringith
    2:04 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    I have no problem with WCS saying this and being this confident. We would expect nothing less. However, how many times did these guys sound so confident last year? I’m not blaming him (or his teammates) for saying this since the media is asking them.
    I just want to see them get on the court and prove they want to win.

  23. Lamont
    2:06 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Sorry inbreds, but karma is not on Cal’s side. You know what I am sayin

  24. Karma
    2:11 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    23 I’ve been on Cal’s side plenty of times, I had to throw Pitino a bone so he’d stop throwing his bone around. I was certainly on his side when UK sent UofL home from the FF.

  25. Mc
    2:46 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    #23) What sort of karma do you get when cheating on your wife, and paying for an abortion? I guess time will tell.

  26. Lamont
    2:53 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Only a matter of time until Alan Cutler will be chasing Cal for one last quote

  27. BBN > U of L trash
    3:55 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink


    It’ll take Coach Cal longer than 15 seconds to beat the hell out of Cutler. John Wall, Boogie, Bledsoe, PPat, Jodie, Knight, Liggins, Miller, ADAVIS, MKG, 3 GOOGLIN’ DLAMB, TJONES FTW

  28. theSkinny81
    5:11 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    23 – Um, to be honest, I have no idea what you meant by that.

    Karma? Abortions? Ricky Dicky wins.

  29. RB
    5:39 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Cauley-Stein shuts down Anthony Davis, but has troubles with Dakari Johnson in pickup games? So how good does that make Johnson?

  30. Really?? Really Really??
    6:25 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Um…Lamont, don’t come here and make a fool outta yourself bra…

    Louisville Cardinals (Conference USA) (2001—2005)
    2001—2002 Louisville 19—13 8—8 T—8th NIT Second Round
    2002—2003 Louisville 25—7 11—5 3rd NCAA Second Round
    2003—2004 Louisville 20—10 9—7 T—6th NCAA First Round
    2004—2005 Louisville 33—5 14—2 1st NCAA Final Four
    Louisville Cardinals (Big East Conference) (2005—2013)
    2005—2006 Louisville 21—13 6—10 T—11th NIT Semifinals
    2006—2007 Louisville 24—10 12—4 T—2nd NCAA Second Round
    2007—2008 Louisville 27—9 14—4 T—2nd NCAA Elite Eight
    2008—2009 Louisville 31—6 16—2 1st NCAA Elite Eight
    2009—2010 Louisville 20—13 11—7 T—5th NCAA First Round
    2010—2011 Louisville 25—10 12—6 T—3rd NCAA Second Round
    2011—2012 Louisville 30—10 10—8 7th NCAA Final Four
    2012—2013 Louisville 35—5 14—4 T—1st NCAA Champions

    One good year doesn’t mean you can disrespect the greatest college basketball program of all time man. YAY! Yalls one a championship after 27 YEARS…lol. Pitino has been NIT bound twice at Louisville. And hasnt made it out of the first weekend of the NCAA tourny 5 of his 13 years. So more than half of his years at (7 of 13) he has been NIT or out in the first weekend. What a POWER program yall have there…

  31. mike and ike
    6:29 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    greatest program of all time??? puhlease…big toothless nation is delusional once again.

    counting championships back in the 40s, 50s where there were only 6 teams in the tourney and no african american participants is a joke!

  32. Really?? Really Really??
    6:29 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    And lets not forget about this…
    YA, cause he has monies like that…lol

  33. Really?? Really Really??
    6:32 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    31. Numbers don’t lie brah…


    1 Kentucky 1903 110 2111 661 .762
    2 Kansas 1899 115 2101 812 .721
    3 North Carolina 1911 103 2090 745 .737
    4 Duke 1906 108 2001 840 .704
    5 Syracuse 1901 112 1874 832 .693
    6 Temple 1895 117 1814 992 .646
    7 St. John’s 1908 106 1754 931 .653
    8 UCLA 1920 94 1753 779 .692
    9 Notre Dame 1898 108 1748 949 .648
    10 Indiana 1901 113 1719 966 .640
    11 Pennsylvania 1897 113 1706 1020 .626
    12 Louisville 1912 99 1697 869 .661

    Cause being number 12 on the list is the stick that all other programs measure themselves by…HAHAHAHAHA

  34. Really?? Really Really??
    6:36 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Okay, removing the the “Titles from the 40’s and 50’s” we will just count the ones in the last 20 years…um ’96, ’98, ’12. Any way you slice it, you fools don’t measure up… Maybe If Ricky Two Stacks sticks around for another 27, you might win another!

  35. Really?? Really Really??
    6:40 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    By the way 31, going by just that model, yall have one…ONE…UNO…Keep it real in the shadows little brother!

  36. Bobbyperrysucks
    7:06 pm June 27, 2013 Permalink

    Didn’t they promise #9 last yr? How did that work out?