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Wildcat Quickies: Live Practice Edition

Kentucky holds an NBA combine, the Broncos lose for the first time and more.

NCAA Basketball: Kentucky Media Day Mark Zerof-USA TODAY Sports

Good Monday morning BBN, these are your Wildcat quickies. The Cats held their open NBA combine practice last night, and with over 90 NBA scouts in attendance, it was kind of a big deal.

John Calipari was very upbeat, Bam Adebayo showed star potential, De’Aaron Fox and Isaiah Briscoe showed that their battles are real, Malik Monk showed good shooting ability, and Fox showed elite speed. All-in-all, it was a great event again with a great scout turnout. Kentucky is the biggest pro factory in the nation, and it shows with this combine being held before the season.

Our very own James Streble had more comments on the practice/combine, which you can read here.

Tweet of the day

Soon, Cal’s going to need way more than one pair of shoes to fit his NBA Cats on.

Your quickies

Live practice roundup

Takeaways from the live practice - KSR

Kentucky flexes its muscle as a premier program with combine - SEC Country

10 takeaways from live practice -

A closer look at Cal’s combine shoes - NCAA

Combine measurements and analysis - Draft Express

Can-do attitude defines Mychal Mulder - Courier-Journal

Mulder’s aggressiveness and “I can do anything” attitude help him to succeed on the court.

Derek Willis season preview - Rivals

Rivals does a podcast previewing Willis’ upcoming season.

Kentucky football: Don’t stop running the ball - Wildcat Blue Nation

The Cats had a strong running game this week, which we’ve seen over the past few weeks as well. With the passing game struggling, the ground game should be priority No. 1 on offense.

Women’s soccer draws 2-2 with Vanderbilt - Lex 18

The women’s soccer team earned one point with a 2-2 draw against Vandy. The women had second half surge to save a draw instead of taking a loss.

Other sports news

Toronto Blue Jays sweep Texas Rangers - Sports Illustrated

The series that many expected to be a good one with a lot of intensity ended up being lopsided, as the Jays took Game 3 and swept the Rangers.

Washington Nationals even series with Los Angeles Dodgers - Washington Post

The Nationals were aided by a 3-run homer from Jose Lobaton to even up with the dodgers at one game apiece.

Jerry Jones is still taking Tony Romo as Dallas’ No. 1 quarterback - ESPN

Despite the success of rookie quarterback Dak Prescott, Jones says Romo is still the No. 1 guy, and will be when he returns from injury.

The Denver Broncos suffer first loss to Atlanta Falcons - ESPN

The Broncos had Paxton Lynch starting his first NFL game, and he was fighting butterflies off, but couldn’t shake the Falcons’ pass rush.

Tom Brady roasts Cleveland Browns - New York Times

Give Tom Brady four extra weeks in his offseason, and you get a quarterback that comes back ready to beat the world. Brady was well-rested and angry, and took it out on the poor Cleveland Browns.

Other news

Samsung halts production of Galaxy Note 7 - CNET

Probably a wise choice.

Hurricane Matthew could cause more Zika concers - Sacramento Bee