Kevin Knox

Kevin Knox on David Fizdale: “Fiz is a players coach”

Kevin Knox checked in with Scoop B Radio. Press Play Below To Listen! Kevin Knox was drafted by the New York Knicks in the 2018 NBA Draft. On Scoop B Radio Knox spoke reverently about newly named Knicks head coach, David Fizdale. “‘Fiz is a player’s coach,” Kevin Knox told me.  “A  lot of knowledge,

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Shareef O'Neal

The Four Best Suitors for Shareef O’Neal

On Saturday, Class of 2018 Crossroads (CA) School 6-foot-9 forward Shareef O’Neal, announced he is reopening his college recruitment, per his twitter page. This follows reports that Arizona head coach Sean Miller was caught discussing a 100K payment for star freshman Deandre Ayton via FBI wiretaps. With O’Neal reopening his recruitment, we take a look

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Malik Monk

Malik Monk Scouting Report

Date of Birth: February 4th, 1998 Position: Shooting Guard College: University of Kentucky Measurements: 6’3, 197 lbs   Strengths: Malik Monk is the best shooter we have in this draft, and I firmly believe that. He might not have the shooting percentages to show for it, but he’s got a beautiful stroke and release. 39.7% from deep is very good,

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Jamal Murray to enter NBA Draft

University of Kentucky star Jamal Murray declared for the 2016 NBA Draft. Kentucky has sent a freshman into the NBA every year since 2009.  Murray said at a press conference, “It’s just the right decision,” Murray is the first Wildcat to declare for the draft. Skal Labissiere and Tyler Ulis are Murray’s teammates expected to

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The Passing Game Vol. 5: Isaiah Briscoe, John Wall, Steph Curry

Welcome to The Passing Game, where we simply take the time to glorify the dimes being thrown all around us. Here were some noteworthy dimes from Tuesday night’s action of basketball. Here’s to the first college player being featured on the passing game. Kentucky freshman (and fellow Jersey guard) Isaiah Briscoe recognized a numbers advantage

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Sacramento Kings interested in hiring John Calipari, Cal shoots down rumors

An NBA league source has told Yahoo! Sports’ Adrian Wojnarowski that the Sacramento Kings are talking with Kentucky head coach John Calipari about his interest in a major role in the franchise. Talks have expanded to Calipari having complete control of the organization along with a head coaching position. These talks started after the rift between current

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Society Scouting Report: Willie Cauley-Stein

Height: 7-0 Weight: 242 lb Year: Junior Position: Center NBA Combine Measurements: Draft Projection: Top 10 2014-2015 NCAA Statistics: 8.9 PPG 6.4 RPG 1.2 STL 1.7 BLK 57.2 FG% 61.7 FT% NBA Player Comparison: Chris Andersen Willie Cauley-Stein is one of the more athletic centers we have ever seen come out of college. Cauley-Stein will most likely be the first college

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Karl-Anthony Towns ‘Would Love’ to Join Knicks

According to Ananth Pandian of CBS Sports, Kentucky big man Karl-Anthony Towns and the New York Knicks could be match made in heaven. Towns has been consistently touted as a top-5 pick and the Knicks are going to have a top pick. The Knicks obviously need a center, especially one who can change a game.

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Brother Kirk's Corner Ep. 2: Final Four Preview

Episode 2 of Brother Kirk’s Corner is a preview and prediction segment for the NCAA Men’s Final Four. Kirk’s thoughts: – Duke vs. Michigan State: Why the Spartans are scary, and the match-up between Justice Winslow and Branden Dawson. – Kentucky vs. Wisconsin: The Sam Dekker match-up, and how Kentucky has improved from when these

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College Rewind (Final Four Edition): Jodie Meeks' Career Night in Knoxville (Video)

Back on January 15, 2009 Jodie Meeks (of the Detroit Pistons) put forth arguably the greatest single game performance in the University of Kentucky’s storied basketball history. Meeks torched the helpless Tennessee Volunteers to the tune of 54 Points, 8 Rebounds & 4 Assists on 15-22 Shooting (10-15 from 3 Point Range) as well as

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