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Pat Summitt is one of basketball's greatest coaches of all time.

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Pat Summitt may lose her battle with Alzheimer's disease, but that will never take away the long-lasting impact she's left on the sport of basketball.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to Summitt and her family during this difficult time for them.

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Pat Summitt's family, friends convene around ex-Lady Vols coach 'preparing for the worst' - USA Today
Former University of Tennessee women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt is "struggling" and those close to her are "preparing for the worst," a source involved in the situation confirmed Sunday morning.

Coaching legend Pat Summitt 'surrounded by those who mean the most to her' - Knox News
The family of former University of Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt released a statement Sunday morning acknowledging "the past few days have been difficult for Pat as her early-onset dementia, Alzheimer's Type progresses."

Prayers & Pat Summitt - Rocky Top Talk
Help stop the dreaded disease that's affected Summitt and far too many others.

Marcus Lee: Going home, not playing time, fueled transfer from UK - Lexington Herald-Leader
Ex-Cat Marcus Lee said he transferred to California in order to be closer to his family. While expressing thanks for his time at UK, he insisted it was not a decision based on basketball.

Don’t sweat Jamal Murray slipping to Denver at #7 - Kentucky Sports Radio
At Thursday night's NBA Draft, Jamal Murray was selected seventh overall to the Nuggets, giving coach John Calipari his 20th first-round pick at UK. Though it was a bit lower than we expected Murray to go, he's still in a great situation for him to star early and often in his pro career.

Commonwealth Stadium Tour Photo Gallery| UK Wildcats News
View pictures of Kentucky football season tickets holders as they toured Commonwealth Stadium on Saturday, June 25.

Important transfers to watch in the SEC in 2016 - SEC Country
While SEC teams recruit at the highest level, an infusion of experienced talent is sometimes needed. In the blink of an eye, six of Kentucky’s top seven tacklers from last season are gone, so expect Courtney Love to make some noise for UK this season.

Rex Chapman calls Tyler Ulis best point guard in the draft - 247
Former Wildcat and Phoenix Suns guard Rex Chapman calls Tyler Ulis the best point guard in this year's NBA Draft.

Breaking down how Kings' NBA Draft picks fit into their plan - CSN Bay Area
With pressing needs at the guard positions, the Kings went big early in the 2016 NBA Draft. How will Skal and the rest of their picks fit with Boogie, Willie and the rest of the team?

Denver Nuggets: Jamal Murray Should Feel Disrespected - NuggLove
Though he went in the top 10, should dropping to the Nuggets make Murray feel disrespected by the other NBA teams who passed on him.

Tremont Waters DOMINATES NBPA TOP 100 Camp - The Hoops Column
Check out some new highlights of UK target Tremont Waters from the recent Top 100 camp.

The Reds Report: June 26 - Kentucky Sports Radio
The Reds went 2-4 over the past seven days, and many of the teams early season struggles came to the surface again. Cincinnati split two games with Texas, but dropped three out of four to the Padres.

Tony Stewart wins at Sonoma to snap 84-race drought - ESPN
Tony Stewart snapped an 84-race winless streak that dated to 2013 with a popular victory Sunday on the road course at Sonoma Raceway.

Is American basketball really that bad? - Lexington Herald-Leader
Thirty-four of the 60 players taken in Thursday’s NBA Draft were born in the United States, prompting the question: Is American basketball really that bad? After all, LSU’s Ben Simmons, Thursday’s No. 1 overall pick by the Philadelphia 76ers, may have played college hoops in Cajun country, but he was born in Australia.

FIBA u17: No. 12 Gary Trent talks USA, recruiting - Scout
Gary Trent, one of the top guard prospects in the country, is averaging nearly 10 points a game in the FIBA u17 World Championships. Trent talked with Scout following a win over Turkey, plus UCLA, Kentucky, Minnesota and others.

John Calipari had a no good, very bad day at the Atlanta airport - 247
Kentucky basketball coach John Calipari went Spain to scout the FIBA U17 World Championships. But before you can get to Spain, you have to get on a plane, and that proved to be harder than anticipated.

Naval Academy grad Billy Hurley III wins PGA Tour tournament Quicken Loans National - ESPN
Hometown hero and former Naval officer earns spot at The Open Championship, and had never finished higher than a tie for fourth at a PGA Tour event.

Save yourself from watching the dreadful 'Independence Day: Resurgence' - Mashable
Watch the original instead if you must. Admittedly, I was hoping this would do well, but wasn't expecting it to with much of the original cast not present or taking on much smaller roles.