Here are the numbers. John Calipari doesn’t care if you want to hear them or not.
The 2014 NCAA Tournament was one for the ages, filled with bracket-busting upsets, buzzer-beating finishes and star players rising up. This year’s bracket could be even better.
Phil Jackson is paying attention to Kentucky basketball, and you should be, too.
Kentucky coach John Calipari said he feels like he has seven starters with Andrew and Aaron Harrison, James Young, Alex Poythress, Julius Randle, Dakari Johnson and Willie Cauley-Stein.
The empire will bounce back in a major way next season. John Calipari has assembled arguably the greatest recruiting class in the history of college basketball.
Tuesday night’s showdown with the Golden Gophers is the beginning of a pivotal nine-day stretch for Florida State. The Seminoles also host Florida next Wednesday, December 5, in Tallahassee.
There’s a lot of molding to do with this team, and that’s just the kind of challenge Calipari relishes. He’ll have them playing their best basketball when it matters most — in March.
The Wildcats have annually landed the nation’s top recruits since Calipari’s arrival in 2009 and it looks like their 2013 class could be the best in college basketball history.