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Kentucky is a 1-seed in NCAA’s Team of the Decade Bracket

Last summer, Kentucky won the NCAA’s All-Time Starting Five bracket. Will the Cats run it back with the Team of the Decade title as well?

Today, Andy Katz revealed the NCAA.com’s latest offseason series, a bracket to determine the best program in college basketball from 2010 to 2019. Predictably, Kentucky is a one-seed, along with Villanova, Duke, and UConn (oh yeah, they won two titles). The Cats face New Mexico State in the first round and a potential rematch with North Carolina in the Elite Eight. Of course, Duke gets a cakewalk with their No. 2 seed, Louisville, who hasn’t advanced past the second round since 2009 if we go by the NCAA’s word.

The all-star squads for each program will be revealed when voting begins for each matchup on Twitter. Kentucky isn’t up yet, but who would you choose for the Cats’ all-decade lineup?

Regardless, is there really a poll the #BBN won’t dominate?

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19 Comments for Kentucky is a 1-seed in NCAA’s Team of the Decade Bracket



  1. AreJ
    6:53 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Ulis
    Knight
    MKG
    AD
    WCS
    Limited shooting but good luck scoring any points.



  2. Walter White
    6:55 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Towns, Davis, Booker, Murray, Randle



    • AreJ
      7:22 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

      Literally my second lineup. Just hard not to respect what Ulis and Knight did at UK. Either way those teams would be nasty!



    • Walter White
      7:36 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

      I forgot about Knight then saw your post, I would had him over Booker since he was the better college player



  3. BlueByYou
    7:10 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Thise two line ups would be a game I’d watch!



  4. Rowinguy1
    7:29 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Davis
    Towns
    Randle
    Fox
    Murray

    Bam, Monk, Darius, Booker and Ulis on the bench.

    Length, strength, speed, shooting and defense



  5. BlueSteel
    8:09 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    AD
    Towns
    MKG
    Murray
    Fox



  6. mashman 93
    8:26 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    AD.
    Towns
    MKG or Randle(I can’t decide)
    Fox
    Murray



  7. klhfrenchy
    8:26 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Fox
    Murray
    Booker
    Towns
    Davis



    • ColoradoCatFan88
      9:59 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

      Fox, Booker, MKG, Towns, AD



  8. blueblue
    8:43 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Foxx and Booker in the backcourt with Randle, KAT and AD in the front court.



  9. Nickerbocker05
    9:23 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Fox Murray booker randle AD



  10. njcat54
    10:01 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Knight and MKG both too clutch to leave off the starting lineup – so Knight, Murray, AD, Towns and MKG.



  11. njcat54
    10:07 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Fox, Hero, PJ, Randle, & Noel for 2nd team



  12. CrystalBall
    10:51 pm August 5, 2019 Permalink

    Does Andy Katz really get paid to come up with stuff like this?



  13. Big Sexy
    12:34 am August 6, 2019 Permalink

    PG – Fox
    G – Lamb(best 3 pt shooter)
    G – Booker
    F – Towns
    C – Davis

    Like the fact of having a PG that can drive and two guards that can shoot. I think Davis and Towns are no brainers.



  14. msu52
    6:22 am August 6, 2019 Permalink

    Starting 5 would be Towns, Davis, Miller, Murray and Fox. Bench is Stein, Randel, Jones, Booker and Ulis with Harrison twins filling out the 12 man roster.



  15. msu52
    12:36 pm August 6, 2019 Permalink

    Miller had a stellar college career and won a national championship, he is a very good shooter from outside as well as a great passer and defender, but most of all, he is a Kentucky kid and one that played with pride and passion.
    Yes, he is MY starting small forward.
    You can pick your own