Kentucky men's basketball coach John Calipari will sign copies of his new book, "Players First" during a stop at Joseph-Beth Booksellers in
He led the University of Kentucky men's basketball team to the 1978 national championship and three Final Four appearances, and Coach Joe B
After a Kentucky team’s final game of the season, win or lose—and Kentucky was so close to the ultimate goal, ending a season with a win—th
ARLINGTON, Texas — What could have been hung over Kentucky’s locker room like a storm cloud.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Few questions remain about this Kentucky team.
Having raised a son who wore the same pair of boxers in every soccer game from age 10 through college and a daughter who believes you can a
I have watched with seasoned amusement this year the mercurial nature of UK basketball’s diehard fans, coupled with the officiousness of th
LEXINGTON - An emerging pattern in John Calipari’s public personality over the past five years may not necessarily be a giant leap to take
If the Kentucky Wildcats beat the Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday night, Governor Steve Beshear will receive beer, bratwursts, and cheese fro
INDIANAPOLIS — Aaron Harrison could have shot from anywhere on the floor at Lucas Oil Stadium, and it would have gone in.
INDIANAPOLIS — Dakari Johnson was discouraged.
INDIANAPOLIS — With an indefinite number of games left in his Kentucky career—no more than three at this point, surely—it’s still unclear h
INDIANAPOLIS — For all the emotions born into Kentucky and Louisville fans any time the two teams play in any sport—especially men’s basket
ST. LOUIS — It likely goes without saying, but the basketball world in western Kansas is a small one indeed.