Most Recent Posts
- No. 12 Kentucky and No. 5 Arizona State to start best-of-three NCAA Super Regional set Saturday at 10 p.m. ET
- Stoops: Hiring Neal Brown to run Kentucky offense was a “no-brainer for me”
- Nunley, Cumbess Propel No. 12 UK Softball to Super Regionals
- DeCourcy says Julius Randle is “so freaking quick” and powerful he will be special
- UK football coach Mark Stoops on wife: “She gets involved as much as she can in a supportive role”
- Swiss Cat – Vacation notes and photos from Larry from his trip to Switzerland.
- Kentucky softball team earns 40th win to tie school record for most wins in a season
- Calipari says Cats will press more, foul more, bump and grind, hip-check next season
By LARRY VAUGHT
Former Kentucky player Josh Harrellson could be joining former UK teammates Patrick Patterson and Terrence Jones in Houston soon.
Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo is reporting that Houston free agent center Marcus Camby is on way back to New York as part of a sign-and-trade deal with the Rockets that would have the Knicks sending Toney Douglas, Jerome Jordan and Harrellson to Houston along with second round picks in 2014 and 2015.
Harrellson had a solid rookie season for New York despite being injured during the season. He was a second round draft pick last year.