Former Kentucky Wildcat, Patrick Patterson, will join Kawhi Leonard and Paul George with the Clippers. https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1162112254549975040?s=21
UPDATE: Cousins' injury is a torn ACL. https://twitter.com/shamscharania/status/1162044401746681856?s=21 The Former Kentucky Wildcat just can't seem to get a break. After injuring his achilles and quad, Cousins has suffered another injury. https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1162018825073676288?s=21 Our prayers are with DeMarcus.
The Kentucky Basketball edition of "which table you sitting at" is out. I'm curious to see where BBN goes with this one. I assume the favorites would be tables 3 and 6. However, I think I would take table 1. At table one you're going to get the most stories as they have been in… Continue reading Which Trio Would You Sit With?
Former Kentucky Wildcat and current Houston Texan, Lonnie Johnson, has been sidelined for today's practice after hitting too hard on Monday. https://twitter.com/aaronwilson_nfl/status/1158757597207568384?s=21 Monday, Johnson celebrated a hit on tight end Jace Sternberger by flexing his muscles, leading to words being exchanged. He was then pulled from the practice. Johnson responded on Twitter: https://twitter.com/lonnie30johnson/status/1158462632120193026?s=21 This is… Continue reading Former Kentucky Wildcat Lonnie Johnson Sidelined For Hitting Too Hard
The Marlins brought in the former Kentucky Wildcat Tyler Herro to throw the ceremonial first pitch. https://twitter.com/marlins/status/1156407384983519232?s=21 Herro has become a celebrity around Miami. The entire city has embraced him. Great throw, Herro! Photo by UK Athletics
The Pittsburgh Steelers landed a steal with Benny Snell. They have been vocal in how impressive the former Kentucky Wildcat has been in initial workouts. Today in practice, Pittsburgh's head coach Mike Tomlin paired Snell against Ola Adeniyi three consecutive times. https://twitter.com/jrown32/status/1155570957253271553?s=21 Josh Rowntree also reported that Adeniyi was "the best of the linebackers who… Continue reading Big Ben Approves Of Benny Snell
The former Kentucky Wildcat will be leaving Spain for Turkey. Euro Basket reports Kyle Wiltjer will play for Turk Telekom Ankara in Turkey. Last season, Wiltjer averaged 11.4 points and 2.6 rebounds per game. Wiltjer had short NBA stints with the Rockets, Clippers, and Raptors before heading overseas at the end of 2017. Photo by Getty Images
Last season Tyler Herro became a 'bucket'. A title he gave himself after hitting a free throw in a game. That nickname stuck with him for the rest of the season and into the NBA. T-shirts were even made. Yesterday, someone updated the definition of 'bucket' on Wikipedia: I'm as curious as the Miami Heat:… Continue reading The Definition Of ‘Bucket’ has Changed
John Wall was originally expected to return from his achilles injury next February. Now it's looking like he won't return for any of the 2019-20 season. https://twitter.com/mrmichaellee/status/1153393767849877504?s=21 Ted Leonsis said “We are really taking care of John and are very, very proud of the way John has reacted to the rehab. He is a little… Continue reading Wizards Owner Doesn’t Expect John Wall To Play This Season
Reid Travis is has signed with a team overseas. https://twitter.com/ukcoachcalipari/status/1153345912661577733?s=21 Travis is joining the medi bayreuth. He averaged 11.2 points and 7.2 rebounds per game for the Wildcats last season and recorded three double-doubles. Photo by UK Athletics
Former Kentucky Wildcat, Darius Miller, has officially signed his new deal with the New Orleans Pelicans. ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported details of the deal back on July 3, saying Miller's deal is worth $14.25 million over two years, however the second year isn't guaranteed. Last season, Miller averaged 8.2 points, 2.1 assists, and 1.9 rebounds… Continue reading Darius Miller’s New Deal Is Official
Back when he committed to the Kentucky Wildcats, Malik Monk upset a lot of people in his hometown of Bentonville, Arkansas. Most Arkansas fans have moved on at this point. Malik Monk has returned to his hometown to give back. Monk, with the help of fellow former Kentucky Wildcat De'Aaron Fox, is hosting a three-day… Continue reading Former Kentucky Wildcat Gives Back To His Hometown
LeBron James launched Rich Paul into the NBA scene, which has turned into him being the agent for several big names including James. However, Paul has had a few setbacks this year. It began with his handling of the Anthony Davis-Pelicans debacle. Now he has been fired by two clients, including former Kentucky Wildcat Nerlens… Continue reading Nerlens Noel Fired Rich Paul
The Las Vegas NBA Summer League has ended for Tyler Herro and the Miami Heat. The Pelicans defeated the Heat 101-100 last night to move on to the semifinals. Tyler Herro held true to his nickname and was a 'bucket' throughout the NBA Summer League. In Las Vegas, Herro averaged 19.8 points, 4.5 rebounds, and… Continue reading VIDEO: Tyler Herro Averaged Over 19 Points Per Game In The Summer League
Anthony Davis will not wear No. 23 as originally expected. LeBron James gave up his number when Davis joined the Lakers. But now Nike is blocking that from happening. Nike says they have printed too many Lakers jerseys with James and No. 23 on them. Davis will instead wear No. 3.
DeMarcus Cousins' goal is to play all 82 games this season. "I'm working my tail off every single day. My quad is 100% healed. I'm building it up every day...I'm getting stronger. Getting in better shape. My plan is to come into camp in tiptop shape. My goal is to play 82 games this season."… Continue reading DeMarcus Cousins Says His Quad Is 100% Healed
Former Kentucky Wildcat, Trey Lyles, will become a San Antonio Spur. https://twitter.com/wojespn/status/1149462178052759554?s=21 Lyles has spent the last two NBA seasons with the Denver Nuggets, averaging 8.6 points per game last season in 17.5 minutes per game.
The Kentucky Wildcats chose the best way to make a Throwback Thursday post, fill it with Jared Lorenzen highlights. Check out the best 3 minute video you will see today: https://twitter.com/ukfootball/status/1149326886155145216?s=21 Photo via AOL
Tyler Herro has high praise for his former Kentucky Wildcats and coach Calipari. Today, Tyler Herro officially signed with the Miami Heat. Herro went from a four-star prospect to becoming a NBA Lottery pick, after just one season with Kentucky. Herro was projected to be a four-year player by the national media. He proved them… Continue reading Tyler Herro Says He “Made The Best Decision Ever” Going To Kentucky
Tyler Herro has now officially signed with the Miami Heat. https://twitter.com/raf_tyler/status/1149072803540262912?s=21 https://twitter.com/miamiheat/status/1149074703027527681?s=21 Herro signed a four-year deal worth $17.2 million. He’s scheduled to make: 2019-20 $3.64 million 2020-21 $3.82 million 2021-22 $4 million 2022-23 $5.7 million This could mean that Miami is less likely to trade Herro in a package for Russell Westbrook.