- Kentucky's Patrick Patterson headed to NBA
- Kentucky's Patterson heading to the NBA
- Kentucky's Patterson makes it official by entering NBA draft
- Patrick Patterson officially making move to NBA
- Patterson Announces He's Leaving UK
- Patterson to forego senior season for NBA
- Patterson says he’ll enter draft
- Patterson: "I just felt it was time for me to go"
- Tywana Patterson: Patrick's passing the baton
- UK Basketball: Patterson leaves with no regrets
Friday, April 23, 2010
The University of Kentucky has received Doron Lamb's National Letter of Intent. Lamb who is rated the No. 21 overall recruit in the 2010 class according to Rivals.com. Lamb averaged 23.0 points and 6.0 rebounds and 4.0 assists in his senior season at the highly acclaimed Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va.
Other 2010 UK commitments/signees include:
- Brandon Knight | Guard | 1 | Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. | 6-3, 185
- Stacey Poole Jr. | Forward | 27 | Jacksonville, Fla. | 6-5, 200
- Enes Kanter | Forward |NR (Five-star recruit) | Simi Valley, Calif. | 6-10, 225
Thursday, April 22, 2010
2011 PG Marquis Teague will make college decision Thursday at 1:30pm at his high school. Teague was committed to UofL, but decided to re-open his recruitment. After talking with his family about the pros & cons of each school. Teague is finally ready to make his commitment to Kentucky or Louisville. Most fill that Teague will announce to attend UK. However, no one knows till we hear it from Teague himself at 1:30pm Thursday at Pike high School. Stay tuned..
- Louisville, Kentucky make final pushes for Teague
- Marquis Teague Winds Of Change
- Marquis Teague to Pick Kentucky Tomorrow
- Marquis Teague to announce decision Thursday afternoon
- Pike's Teague to make college call today
- Pitino has much at stake in Teague battle
- Teague Breaks Down Finalists
- Teague: We're about to talk
- Top 2011 Basketball Recruit Plans To Announce
- What is Rick Pitino supposed to do?
- Wroten: Marquis Teague will commit to Kentucky
Saturday, April 17, 2010
- Doron Lamb picks Kentucky
- Doron Lamb To Attend Kentucky
- Lamb commits to Cats
- Lamb officially joins Wildcats
- New York's Doron Lamb Commits to Kentucky
- Shooting Guard Doron Lamb Picks Kentucky
Other info on Lamb:
Status: Committed to Kentucky
Chose UK over: Kansas, Arizona, W.Virginia, UConn
Position: Shooting guard
Hometown: Brooklyn, N.Y.
High school: Oak Hill Academy
Rivals ranking: No. 21 overall, No. 3 SG
Scout ranking: No. 26 overall, No. 3 SG
ESPN ranking: No. 29 overall, No. 6 SG
MaxPreps ranking: No. 18 overall
Thursday, April 08, 2010
With the 2010 Spring signing period to start April 14 and run through May 19. Which 2010 recruit will be the next one to commit/sign with UK, to go along with UK signee Stacey Poole, commitment Enes Kanter? Will it be Brandon Knight, Josh Selby, Terrence Jones, C.J. Leslie, Doron Lamb or will it be a JUCO player that we're not aware of? One thing is for sure UK will need to reload and reload quick as there will be lots of playing time available for those that chose to commit to UK. Whoever signs with UK, one thing is for certain Coach Cal will have another young team in second season at UK, but will have 4 players that know the dribble-drive offense and should be able to help the incoming 2010 class. Will UK's 2010 class be ranked #1? No, but it should be a Top 5 class. So don't turn that dial and stay tuned for more exciting things to come..
Monday, April 05, 2010
Regardless of which UK site one looks at....or facebook.....there will unfortunately be some total jerks posting. It's important to recognize that some of these posts may even be from a non UK fan trying to hurt UK....however, there are too many negative posts attacking players/recruits on a host of UK sites. Obviously, all college sites have negative posters, but because of the incredible passion of UK fans.....we see far too much of player/recruit criticism.
Frankly, any players/recruits who are very sensitive to criticism should simply avoid these internet sites, but, unfortunately, most of these kids and their families look at a number of these sites. They need to remember that the percentage of the entire UK fanbase that has negative posts is incredibly small....less than 1% and these posts in no way reflect the feelings of an overwhelming majority of UK fans.
I'm sure coach Cal and his staff does his best to discourage UK players/recruits from looking at UK internet sites and if they must......please don't take the negative posts seriously or to heart as reflecting the attitudes of UK's great fan base.
Whether you are a player in sports, an entertainer, a politican or some celebrity.....there will very unfortunately.....at times...be very unfair and hateful comments. We have all seen some of the totally unfair hateful articles on coach Cal.
Unfortunately, this is the world we live in today....anonamous posters....or so called sports analysts..... can distort facts....out and out lie.....make very hateful comments.....about coaches, players or recruits. It is very sad to read the trash that is too often written!