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The ABCs of Kentucky Basketball in March

March in the Bluegrass is, well, madness. Here’s what Kentucky Basketball means this month from A-Z.

Accessories like headbands and kinesio tape:

Brad Calipari’s wardrobe, always a conversation starter:

Coach Cal in all forms, from angry to happy to concerned to swaggy:

Dance circles:

Ellen Calipari’s Instagram (Cal_Mrs), a must-follow for every fan

Free Throws, which can be the difference between moving on and going home, as we learned vs. Kansas State last year. Not only has PJ Washington’s free-throw percentage improved since then, this team is hitting a Calipari Era-best 74.3 percent from the line, thanks in large part to Tyler Herro, who leads the nation with 93.9 percent from the line.

Guitars, as played by Ashton Hagans after threes:

High fives, as best exhibited by Carol Behr:

I‘m a bucket, Tyler Herro and the BBN’s new saying:

Jonny David’s All-Access Series, which more often than not includes Keldon Johnson stealing the mic:

Keldon Johnson’s facial expressions:

Lucky shirt, lucky seat on the couch, lucky socks. Whatever you need to do to help the Cats win, do it. Don’t mess with the mojo!

Minneapolis, Kentucky’s ultimate destination

Number Nine, Kentucky’s ultimate goal

One-seed, the path that will help lead them there

Patting our heads after dunks:

Quickley’s aunt, the best cheerleader in the stands:

Rob Harris, the team’s strength coach and unofficial hype man who also does a mean Cha-Cha Slide:

Silencing the crowd with a STFU shot:

The Journey, KyWildcatsTV’s excellent behind-the-scenes web series

Unexpected heroes. There’s always one somewhere along the way. (Jemarl Baker and Immanuel Quickley, I’m looking at you.)

Virus, what you’ll tell your boss you have to get out of work to watch the games

Wrap it up, Immanuel Quickley’s victory celebration:

X-Factor, aka Nick Richards. Calipari says Kentucky can’t win a title without him.

Yum Center, where Kentucky will hopefully play their Sweet 16 and Elite Eight games

Zone defense if we run into Duke. In which case, Zion is fat.


Article written by Mrs. Tyler Thompson

No, I will not make you a sandwich, but you can follow me on Twitter @MrsTylerKSR or email me.

2 Comments for The ABCs of Kentucky Basketball in March

  1. lexcatfan2367
    8:41 pm March 11, 2019 Permalink

    Nice! Lmbo

  2. Ridge Runner
    9:02 pm March 11, 2019 Permalink

    Nice, fun article Ms T.