Lexington Herald Leader (blog) “I'm excited,” said Fox. “Like I can play tomorrow. I can play in an hour if you had to. I'm just ready for that game, but we're going to enjoy this tonight and we'll focus on them tomorrow.” John Clay: 859-231-3226, @johnclayiv. Kentucky men's ... --
Lexington Herald Leader The University of Kentucky men's basketball team is moving on to the Elite Eight. The Wildcats defeated UCLA 86-75 in the NCAA Tournament South Regional round of 16 at FedExForum in Memphis on Friday night. Next up for the No. 2 seed Wildcats is a... --
Lexington Herald Leader (blog) We're coming out to play basketball, and that's all we're worried about. We're not worried about who's in the crowd, and we're trying to put on a show, but we're trying to win a game at the same time. Q. Malik, yesterday De'Aaron kind of said it's all ... -
SECcountry.com After beating UCLA on Friday, Kentucky basketball will face top-seeded North Carolina on Sunday in the Elite 8. The Wildcats are headed for their sixth Elite Eight appearance in eight seasons under coach John Calipari —and it'll be a rematch between... --
Lexington Herald Leader Monk contributed four of the 10 three-pointers Kentucky made. UK (32-5) needed perimeter scoring because big man Bam Adebayo never got going offensively. UCLA double-teamed him aggressively. Adebayo did not score until a dunk with 3:15 remaining.
ESPN (blog) It was as if the Kentucky freshman had paused for a moment to acknowledge the magnitude of the evening, which revolved around UCLA freshman star Lonzo Ball. By the end of the game, however, Fox (39 points) and teammate Malik Monk (21 points) had... -
Lexington Herald Leader “I saw him during warm-ups,” he said. “But, I mean, it didn't change it. We've had celebrities at games and stuff, so, I mean, playing on this stage, there's going to be a lot of people there. … We're coming out to play basketball, and that's all we ...
SECcountry.com Kentucky basketball is going toe-to-toe with UCLA in the Sweet 16, and while that game is off to a fast start, it doesn't compare to Devin Booker's Friday night. Booker, who played for the Wildcats in 2014-2015, scored an unbelievable 70 points for the ...