With the early signing period beginning, John Calipari will be looking to pick up some recruits, as he has none so far in the 2017 class. What’s good for Calipari is that he is highly likely to get two of his top targets today.
P.J. Washington and Nick Richards are both announcing today, and both are expected to choose Kentucky. Both Richards and Washington are five-star recruits, and both would be huge acquisitions to boost this class back to where we normally see Coach Cal classes at this point in the recruiting process.
Cal is expected to land P.J. Washington and Nick Richards, his first recruits of the early signing period Thursday.
Some Cats are receiving high individual praise, and the team as a whole is one of the favorites to win the National Championship. It’s clear that there is a lot of hype surrounding this team.
They expect this game to be extremely close, which is a bit surprising. They still have the Cats winning, however.
You best believe Benny Snell is one of those top freshmen.
The Cats have nine baseball recruits for the 2017 class so far.
Davis has been extremely dominant this season, putting himself near the top of the best player conversation.
The Golden State Warriors haven’t yet gelled perfectly, but they showed some outstanding 3-point ability in a rout of the Dallas Mavericks.
Romo is finally fully participating, though it is with the scout team and not the first team. Who will the Cowboys start?
Wall got into a spat with Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart. Wall was called for a flagrant-2, getting him ejected for the second time in as many games.
This was Wall’s first of two suspensions; the NBA fined him $25k for bumping an official.
McGregor is quite the fighter, and he knows it. I think his ego got a little bigger when he drained this jump shot at MSG (dressed in fight gear, no less).
Despite the fact that the San Antonio Spurs have the back-to-back reigning Defensive Player of the Year in Kawhi Leonard, they’re still bad defensively without Duncan.