The speculation is over, John Calipari will be a Kentucky Wildcat for life. According to Jeff Borzello of ESPN, Kentucky has inked John Calipari to a ‘lifetime’ contract — ensuring he will finish his career in Lexington. This news comes shortly after Seth Davis of The Athletic reported Kentucky would top a potential offer from …
Day 6 of the NCAA Tournament gave us our first buzzer-beater, but at the expense of the Badgers. Plus, hey, John Calipari knows what he’s doing.
John Calipari may not have led his Kentucky Wildcats to multiple National Championships, but we’re beginning to take his dominance for granted.
Kentucky’s Malik Monk is one of the most dangerous scorers in the game, but this UCLA team is one of the strongest in a while. Is this their region to lose?
It may be a different season for John Calipari’s Kentucky Wildcats, but it’s the same old story for the CBB powerhouse. But will they finish off the SEC?
The matchup of the weekend is Kansas vs. Kentucky, and it takes place Saturday night. Which side has the advantage at each position?
You don’t have to like it, but there’s no denying that John Calipari’s system works. Plus we look ahead to the best action this weekend, and a little extra.
Time for another edition of the Champions Classic, where Duke will look to get revenge on KU and MSU will look to avoid consecutive losses to open the year.
Over the last few years, Duke’s Coach K has transformed into Kentucky’s Coach Calipari… in a way. Plus, another primer to ready you for the CBB season.
March Madness is upon us, but it’s not all fun and games. Here are five groups, coaches, or teams that have added pressure as the tournament begins.
Will this year’s Kentucky Wildcats be better than last year’s version? You might not want to bet against it.
Just a few years removed from leaving his native Mali for the United States, Cheick Diallo has grown into one of the most highly coveted recruits in the country.
College basketball’s national championship game showed that the winners aren’t entirely “good” and the losers entirely “bad.”
After all of his college success, John Calipari has only one more obstacle left in front him: returning to the NBA.
The Wildcats spent all season convincing us they were heading for a national championship, and then
These two blue blood programs meet in Indianapolis next week; who wins? And will either return to the Hoosier State for the Final Four?
The Wildcats went from preseaon number one to an afterthought, but now they’re back in the Sweet 16.
The Kentucky transfer is thriving with Georgia State.