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Monday Quickies: What’s Next Edition

Kentucky still has unanswered questions for next year, and more in today’s quickies.

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The addition of Kevin Knox is huge, but there’s still some questions to be answered when it comes to who the Cats will have on the roster next year. It seems as though Wenyen Gabriel and Sacha Killeya-Jones aren’t going anywhere, but Hamidou Diallo is still an uncertainty. There’s also the potential of another edition in Mohamed Bamba, the five-star big man who would truly set this class over the top, as well as Cameron Johnson and Trevon Duval.

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Bat Cats drops series to Georgia - SEC Country
The Wildcats have lost their No. 1 spot in the SEC East with a series loss to the Georgia Bulldogs. They lost the tie-breaker to the Dogs on Sunday, 6-3.

UK softball wins 11-inning affair - UK Athletics
Kentucky pulled off a wild 10-7 win against Mississippi State, scoring three runs in the 11th, all with two outs.

Jarren Williams earns Elite 11 Finals invite - Cats Illustrated
The Kentucky football target is the first UK target since Drew Barker to earn said invite, which happened back when Barker was a four-star recruit.

Told in tweets: Knox commits to Kentucky - CatsPause
All the best reactions from Kevin Knox’s shocking commitment to UK via Twitter (which is how Knox committed).

Jojo Kemp not being signed by Bucs following rookie camp - KSR
Kemp tried out with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers this past week, but apparently it didn’t go well enough. The Bucs will not be signing him.

John Wall reminded the Celtics he’s the best point guard in the East - SB Nation
The former Wildcat did typical John Wall things, scoring 25 points, dropping 12 dimes and swiping five steals to lead the Washington Wizards to a game four win.

Cavs sweep Raptors, get to Eastern Conference Finals -
The Cleveland Cavaliers are headed to their third straight Eastern Conference Finals. They’ll now await the winner of the Wizards/Celtics series.

Nashville Predators reach first West Finals - FOX Sports
The Preds beat the St. Louis Blues in the conference semifinals, 4-2, to reach the franchise’s first conference finals.

Patrick Beverly plays in game four after grandfather’s death - ESPN
Beverly came through for the Houston Rockets just hours after finding out that his grandfather had passed away.

Cincinnati Reds sweep San Francisco Giants - Cincinnati Enquirer
Scott Feldman shut out the Giants in a four-hitter, and helped the Reds complete a sweep with a 4-0 win. The Redlegs are over .500 on the year.

John Daly won the Insperity Invitational, and it was kind of awesome - NBC Golf
This was Daly’s first win in the PGA Champions tour, where he’s been kind of quiet since turning 50. But no longer.

Canelo and GGG are ready for their close-up - ESPN
As soon as Canelo Alavarez finished dominating Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., his match with Gennady Golovkin was set up. This could very well be the fight of the century.

Brooklyn cafe sues Starbucks over ‘Unicorn’ drink - My Central Oregon