Kentucky’s Alumni Charity game will take place on August 25th this year and will include two great games. The first will be a “Ledgends” game with the likes of Rex Chapman, Kenny Walker, Tony Delk, Keith Bogans, and more! That starts at 7 and the second game will pit two teams of Kentucky pros against each other. So, it looks like the wishes of Coach Cal won’t come true and we won’t be taking on a “NBA” super team. Let’s be honest though, a team of all Kentucky pros will be pretty stacked!
Prices for tickets range from $5 – $500 and they go on sale on Friday. I always enjoy this event and hope all the fans come out and fill Rupp Arena for a good cause!
Cam Reddish is a 5 Star SF from Norristown, PA. It looks like he is a Duke lean right now but never count out John Calipari. The 6’8″ forward has done nothing but show out during the circuit including a 44 point performance at the Peach Jam.
Let’s all hope that Coach Cal can pull this one out and bring this guy to the right Blue and White.
This is truly unfortunate for the former Kentucky guard. He took his college team on an amazing run in the tournament and BBN will never forget him for that. Hope he can recover completely and come back stronger!
Nerlens Noel knows how much he’s worth. Now, will Dallas agree with him and show him the money?
John Calipari says he’d love to see his former Wildcats join together in the NBA but tells TMZ Sports in a recent interview in D.C., he’d NEVER coach the team. He says that because “he has enough trouble coaching at Kentucky.”
Check out the full video interview here:
Kentucky superstars, Anthony Davis and DeMarcus Cousins are now teamed up together in New Orleans. There had been a lot of talk of Demarcus wanting to play with John Wall again and Big Blue Nation was definitely rooting to see Wall become the Pelican’s point guard. But we’ll have to settle for another Kentucky player in Rajon Rondo taking that spot for now.
With the signing recently of former home state hero Darius Miller, that made four Wildcats on the team. Assuming they sign up free agent James Young, there would then be five Cats total–taking the lead for the team with the most former Kentucky players. Sounds like a nice super team is forming already.
He also throws in a little about his pal, Drake.
We know someone who likes this rating!!!
He totally should have been 88 or higher!