Talk about a big winner. In addition to landing the top overall selection that will wind up being Kentucky big man Anthony Davis, the Hornets also have the tenth overall pick.
The New Orleans Hornets will get their pick of the litter in next month’s NBA draft. The league’s lottery wasn’t nearly as kind to Brooklyn.
Anthony Davis may be the consensus number one pick in the 2012 NBA Draft but John Calipari believes another one of his players should be second.
With National Signing Day set for Wednesday, Jon Rothstein breaks down the potential suitors for Nerlens Noel, the top big man in the Class of 2012.
As Jim Nantz said while confetti rained inside New Orleans’ Superdome, the Kentucky Coronation is complete. The Wildcats, the nation’s best team all season, beat Kansas last night 67-59 for the school’s eighth national championship.
Not many players can go 1-10 from the field and be the best player on the floor — but most players aren’t Anthony Davis.
No matter where Anthony Davis and his buddies go to make their millions, their ol’ Kentucky home will long remember this championship season.
John Calipari seems to wear the widest black hat of any college coach in recent memory. And I’m not sure why.
Anthony Davis has won the Naismith Trophy for men’s college player of the year.
We’ve all seen him dominate college basketball throughout the entire season but against Louisville, Anthony Davis was extra special.
The Buckeyes don’t wow you offensively but are exceptionally tough and seem to land every 50-50 ball. On Saturday, that will be the difference.
Who doesn’t love the NCAA tourney? Jon Rothstein tells us why this year’s tournament will live up to its March Madness moniker.
By: Mark Chalifoux Hardcore basketball fans have been talking about him all year and at the end of the NCAA tournament, even the most casual of fans will know who Anthony Davis is. If you’ve […]
Some people told me I was crazy when I made that statement prior to Kentucky’s win over Louisville on Saturday but when you watch “MKG” play, it’s tough not to see why he’s more valuable than anyone else in college basketball.
There’s no questioning that this group of Wildcats has the potential to be John Calipari’s most talented team ever.