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February 21, 2020

LIVE: John Calipari Previews Matchup with Florida

Nick Roush 1:25pm February 21, 2020 2/21/20

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What does Coach Cal think about the Florida Gators? Funny you should ask, he’s about to talk about the game with the reporters. KyWildcatsTV has a live stream for you to watch all of the action unfold. Once it concludes, KSR will have all the coverage you need to know.

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How One Conversation with Patrick Ewing Changed Nick Richards

Nick Roush 12:35pm February 21, 2020 2/21/20

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Before he was Nickembe Mutombo. Before #PickNick signs filled John Calipari’s yard, Nick Richards struggled to find confidence on the basketball court. One phone call changed everything. Two years into his Kentucky career, things had not gone according to plan for the former McDonald’s All-American. As his peers passed him by, Richards was filled with…

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Joe Lunardi Moves Kentucky up to a Three-Seed

Nick Roush 11:00am February 21, 2020 2/21/20

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Kentucky is moving on up! Pigeonholed onto the four-line for quite some time, Kentucky’s Quad 1 victory at LSU helped the Cats climb up Joe Lunardi’s latest Bracket. They also received some help with losses by West Virginia and Penn State. The upgrade in seed-line does not necessarily help their Midwest Regional matchups in Indianapolis,…

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Date and Time Set for London Game Between Kentucky and Michigan

Nick Roush 10:16am February 21, 2020 2/21/20

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Mark your calendars. Kentucky’s game against Michigan has an official name, date and tip-off time. The Basketball Hall of Fame London Showcase between Kentucky and Michigan will be Sunday, Dec. 6 at 1 p.m. ET at O2 Arena. For those who make the trip to Great Britain, tip-off is set for 6 p.m. local time.…

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February 20, 2020

John Calipari weighs in on potential changes to transfer rules

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 5:30pm February 20, 2020 2/20/20

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On Tuesday, the NCAA announced it is considering changing its rules to allow all Division I athletes to transfer once without having to sit out for a season. The news comes one day after the ACC became the second Power 5 conference to support the one-time transfer rule change, joining the Big Ten. On his…

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“I miss Kahlil.” Calipari explains how he saw Whitney’s path at UK

Drew Franklin 4:30pm February 20, 2020 2/20/20

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Kentucky has been fine, better than fine actually, since Kahlil Whitney left the team as the team was leaving for Lubbock, Texas and arguably the toughest game on the schedule. Kentucky won that game at Texas Tech and and then six of the next seven, a 7-1 record since the McDonald’s All-American announced his unexpected…

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February 19, 2020

Five reasons why Kentucky has a shot to win it all this year

Jack Pilgrim 11:00pm February 19, 2020 2/19/20

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With just five games to go in the regular season and the SEC Tournament scheduled to begin three weeks from today, attention is now shifting toward what actually matters in the college basketball world: March. After nearly four months of action, we’ve now gotten a firm grasp on the top teams in the nation, and…

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Hot Second Half Shot Making Gets UK Closer to 50th SEC Title

Adam Luckett 2:30pm February 19, 2020 2/19/20 Comments Disabled

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Kentucky headed into the Pete Maravich Assembly Center with a one-game lead for first place in the SEC with six games remaining. In those final six games, the Wildcats would get to face off with both second place teams Auburn and LSU once. Win both and they would likely hold tiebreakers over each school when…

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10 Very Late Takeaways From Kentucky’s Win At LSU

Drew Franklin 1:25am February 19, 2020 2/19/20

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Kentucky extended its lead on LSU in the standings to two games plus a tiebreaker with an impressive win in Baton Rouge late Tuesday night. The Cats were up for most of the game, but nothing came easy. Shots weren’t falling in the first half, yet the lead went to the visiting locker room at…

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Nate Sestina credits breakthrough to “10-Minute Toughness”

Mrs. Tyler Thompson 12:45am February 19, 2020 2/19/20

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What a night for Nate Sestina. The Bucknell grad transfer crossed the 1,000-point mark in his career in a big way, hitting three of four threes to help Kentucky hold off LSU 79-76. Sestina finished with eleven points, his first double-digit scoring outing since Kentucky’s loss to Ohio State almost two months ago, and a…

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