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Sporting News columnist Mike DeCourcy respects decisions Cats made to stay at UK

By LARRY VAUGHT Sporting News columnist Mike DeCourcy respects the decisions that Kentucky’s Alex Poythress, Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee, Andrew Harrison and Aaron Harrison made to stay at Kentucky and says the decisions “all made sense” to him compared to the surprise decision by Willie Cauley-Stein also to stay at UK. “For Dakari and Marcus, …

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Blue Ribbons’ Chris Dortch, ESPN’s Jay Bilas on Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee, Willie Cauley-Stein

By LARRY VAUGHT Which of the Kentucky bigs will have the chance to impact the team the most — or will any of them likely play enough to be a dominant player? That’s the question I recently posed to Blue Ribbon College Basketball Yearbook editor Chris Dortch “I think Dakari Johnson has a big upside. …

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Sporting News writer says Cats will have eight possible 1st-round NBA picks

By LARRY VAUGHT Sean Deveney of SportingNews.com had an interesting post speculating on how excited NBA scouts/coaches are about Kentucky’s draft prospects — for 2016. “If things fall right, several scouts and front-office executives told Sporting News that UK should eclipse its own record of five first-round picks in one draft next year, set in …

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For the first time at Kentucky, John Calipari will now have point guard experienced in his system

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky is going to have something next year that John Calipari has never had — a point guard experienced running his system. With Friday’s announcement by twin guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison that they would return to UK for their sophomore seasons rather than enter the NBA draft, Calipari will have a …

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Andrew, Aaron Harrison still weighing NBA evaluations

By LARRY VAUGHT Don’t expect a decision quickly from guards Andrew and Aaron Harrison about the NBA draft. The Kentucky freshmen have until Sunday to declare for the draft or stay at UK and based on what their father told Houston’s Fox 26, it looks like a decision is several days away. Aaron Harrison Sr. said …

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Marcus Lee to Return for Sophomore Season at UK

LEXINGTON, Ky. – Freshman forward Marcus Lee will return to the Kentucky men’s basketball program for the 2014-15 season, it was announced Friday. “I’ve really enjoyed my college experience and I’m looking forward to continuing to develop as an all-around player,” Lee said. “Playing in the Final Four was such an amazing feeling, but I …

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Guest post: After surprising finish, now is not the time to judge players who leave for NBA

By LINDA SINCLAIR We passed through one of the most wearisome and frustrating seasons we have ever had with Coach Cal. Don’t compare it to psycho coach or slow ball, please. A lot of us lost faith; some wanted Cal’s head on a platter, others could not learn to love the players, and then many …

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UK TV Video: Andrew Harrison, Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee and Willie Cauley-Stein after the Wisconsin win

video courtesy Kentucky Wildcats TV

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