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Jamal Murray eased some angst over the past few days. The Kentucky Wildcats back court looks even stronger. Mark Stoops, Vince Marrow and the rest of the UK Football staff are off and running with some big time 2017 commits. Kendra Harrison has put Kentucky Track & Field on the map in a big way.
Tom Brady is the buzz word in the NFL as are the New England Patriots and Roger Goodell. Jen Welter isn't chopped liver though.
Cooperstown welcomed some more legends.
Emory Hunt, former Louisiana Lafayette running back joins us to preview the season opener between ULL and UK.
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We begin our 2015 college football preview series of the Power Five conferences by looking at the Big 12. FBF writers and former NFL players Brady Quinn (Notre Dame), Ben Leber (Kansas State), and Matt Chatham (South Dakota) take an in-depth look at the upcoming Big 12 football season. Quinn (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 & Pac 12) and Leber (Fox Sports color analyst for the Big 12 and Conference USA), fresh off their visit to Big 12 Media Days in Dallas, recap the conference media event. The group then discusses favorites, sleeper picks, question marks, and return-to-glory possibilities for Big 12 blue-bloods like Texas and Oklahoma.
Tonight, Mike and Michele welcome television anchor & reporter, and host of This is Kentucky Basketball, Jennifer Palumbo as their guest. Also - fans are asked to list their top 10 Wildcats of all-time. And tonight's debate is all about player celebrations: fun part of the game or over the top?
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It's NBA Draft time once again and Kentucky Wildcats fans all across BBN know what that means. Lots of Cats will hear their name called Thursday night.
John Calipari has made some changes to his staff with some promotions from within.
The Vanderbilt Commodores attempts to bring another title to the SEC as they play the Virginia Cavaliers in a winner take all game 3 at the College World Series.
Nadine Liverpool (@SportsNAYtion) and joins us at 7:00 to talk #NBADraft #FIFA #NFL #MLB & more. Russell Baxter (@BaxFootballGuru) and profootballguru.com stops by at 7:30 to help us transition into NFL mode.
Tonight's the night! Terry officially decides what #MLB team he will become a fan of. Don't miss the decision or any part of the show!
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In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will recap all of the Elite 8 games. Four teams were cutting down nets, as they won they region: Wisconsin Badgers, Kentucky Wildcats, Michigan State Spartans, and the Duke Blue Devils.
Wisconsin struggled shooting, once again, in the first half. The second half was a different story, as it seemed, the Badgers could not miss from behind the arc. Arizona stayed in this game by getting to the foul line; 30 times, and out rebounding the Badgers by one. Sam Dekker iced the game, with a high arching three pointer with 20 seconds left, making the score 84-76.
Kentucky remained perfect, only after Andrew Harrison made two free throws, with 6 seonds left. Jerian Grant missed a three pointer from the corner, as time expired. In a back and forth game, Kentucky outlasted the Irish, 68-66.
Tom Izzo is going back to the Final Four, for the seventh time. Louisville and Michigan State gave the fans, an extra five minutes, of basketball. As the media talked to Travis Trice, Denzel Valentine, and Brandon Dawson, without sharp shooter Bryn Forbes, the Spartans may have been watching the Final Four, from Lansing, MI. Forbes made 4 or 6 three pointers and finished with 14 points.
All-American Jahill Okafor was held to 9 points, on 4 of 10 shooting. However, the other four starters all scored, in double digits. Led by Justise Winslow and Matt Jones, with 16. Like Forbes, the Blue Devils should be putting the microphone, in Jones corner. He buried 4 of 7 three pointers, and the Blue Devils took control of this game late, and never looked back.
The 2015 NBA Draft is officially in the books!
Kentucky Wildcats power forward Karl-Anthony Towns was selected first overall by the Minnesota Timberwolves. Towns joins a T-Wolves squad that boasts reigning NBA Rookie of the Year Andrew Wiggins and well-respected big man Kevin Garnett.
With the second overall pick in the draft, the Los Angeles Lakers selected Ohio State Buckeyes point guard D'Angelo Russell. Intrigued by Russell's "star" power and explosive offensive arsenal, the Lakers skipped on highly-coveted rim protector Jahlil Okafor in favour of drafting the Buckeyes' skilled floor general.
Unsurprisingly, the Philadelphia 76ers, bearing the third overall pick, subsequently selected the aforementioned Jahlil Okafor. The 19-year-old Duke University product joins a Sixers front court that includes two former first round picks in Nerlens Noel and Joel Embiid.
First Round - Top 15 Selections:
1. Karl-Anthony Towns (MIN)
2. D'Angelo Russell (LAL)
3. Jahlil Okafor (PHI)
4. Kristaps Porzingis (NYK)
5. Mario Hezonja (ORL)
6. Willie Cauley-Stein (SAC)
7. Emmanuel Mudiay (DEN)
8. Stanley Johnson (DET)
9. Frank Kaminsky (CHA)
10. Justise Winslow (MIA)
11. Myles Turner (IND)
12. Trey Lyles (UTH)
13. Devin Booker (PHX)
14. Cameron Payne (OKC)
15. Kelly Oubre (ATL - Traded to WSH)
Join Daniele Franceschi as he breaks down the biggest moves from last night's draft.
In this episode of Sports Talks with Tyler we get into the NBA draft. With just hours until the newest memebers of the NBA are made official, I will let you know where I think the UK Wildcats in the draft are headed. I have some news on other top picks and Free agent movemnet in the league as well.
Mike and Michele welcome Tom Leach tonight. Tell us your favorite Leach game call (97 Bama football, Tayshaun's 3-pointer barrage vs UNC, Aaron's game-winning 3s...you get the idea!).
Also, Kristin York will be bringing the Views from the Street about the upcoming NBA Draft. She also wants to know your thoughts on the synthetic turf at CWS - like it or hate it?
Basketball ticket prices are increasing, and not by a small amount. Impact on fans?
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We're jam packed with guests ready to talk about the NBA Draft and Charlotte getting the 2017 All Star Weekend, INCLUDING:
Chris Barnewall, editor of At The Hive, about how the Hornets trade of Lance Stephenson will affect the draft.
Konata Edwards of WFNZ 610 the Fan on what the Hornets most pressing needs are and if it even matters.
Adam Chin of Baseline Buzz on Cho's draft history
David Potts of Arizona Desert Swarm about Stanley Johnson
Jason Marcum, editor of A Sea of Blue, on the gaggle of Wildcats on the Hornets radar
Bryan Mears of At The Hive on the possibilities of trading back
James Plowright of Queen City Hoops on who's most likely to fall to the Hornets at the 9 spot.
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