Hamidou Diallo may have really turned his season around with an efficient 11-point, 3-for-3 performance. The key to that may have been a players-only meeting that Diallo called himself. He apologized to his team for his struggles, and he expressed gratitude that no one gave up on him.
We’ll see if the team meeting, and Diallo’s efficiency against Missouri, helps him be more consistent at the end of the year and into the SEC Tournament.
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Kentucky Football Made Moves on 2018 Junior Day | Kentucky Sports Radio
Mark Stoops hosted more than 120 players from more than a dozen states on Kentucky's Junior Day.
Kentucky Cheerleading performed at the Winter Olympics Closing Ceremony | Kentucky Sports Radio
The Kentucky Cheerleading team has had quite the week as they are representing the United States as part of an international effort to give cheerleading more exposure.
Offense Keeps Rolling, Leads No. 8 Kentucky to Sweep - University of Kentucky
T.J. Collett homered for the fourth consecutive game to lead another offensive onslaught as No. 8 Kentucky closed out a weekend sweep of Oakland at Cliff Hagan Stadium with a 15-6 victory in front of 2,909 fans.
Baalman and Humes Combine to Beat Purdue, 5-3 - University of Kentucky
Newcomers Autumn Humes and Grace Baalman combined to hold the Purdue offense to just seven hits and three runs, as the No. 23 Kentucky softball team knocked off the Boilermakers 5-3 on Sunday in the final day of the 2018 Citrus Classic at Walt Disney World in Orlando.
Kentucky Comes From Behind to Beat No. 7 Illinois, 4-3 - University of Kentucky
After going down 3-1, the Kentucky (7-3) men's tennis team rallied to defeat No. 7 Illinois (6-4), 4-3, at the Boone Tennis Center on Sunday afternoon. Junior Austin Hussey clinched the match in a dramatic third set win.
While battling horrific slump, Kentucky's Hamidou Diallo organized team meeting to address team's recent losing streak - Cats' Pause
While battling a horrific personal slump, Kentucky's Hamidou Diallo organized team meeting to address team's recent losing streak. He started by apologizing.
CatsIllustrated.com - Q&A with QB Nik Scalzo following junior day, UK's offer
Fort Lauderdale (Fla.) Cardinal Gibbons quarterback Nik Scalzo seems to feel like all of his hard work is paying off.
Kentucky football linebackers preview: Return of trio of seniors big boost for 2018 - SEC Country
SEC Country is taking an early position-by-position look at Kentucky's roster for 2018. Up next: Linebackers.
Kentucky-Missouri analysis: How the Cats have become NCAA Tournament contenders again - SEC Country
ANALYSIS: A look at how the pieces have fallen into place to make Kentucky basketball an NCAA Tournament contender again just in time for March.
LeBron James alleges referees have bias that favors shooters - ABC News
After attempting just four free throws in a 110-94 loss to the San Antonio Spurs on Sunday, Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James said NBA officiating caters more to outside shooters than players who regularly drive to the basket.
Honda Classic: Tiger Woods finds success, Justin Thomas wins - USA Today
Woods finished at even-par while Thomas won in a playoff for his eighth PGA Tour title.
No. 2 Michigan State wraps up Big Ten title in trying season - Chicago Tribune
Cassius Winston scored 20 points and No. 2 Michigan State held off Wisconsin 68-63 on Sunday to earn the outright regular-season Big Ten title.
Isaiah Thomas of Los Angeles Lakers says Cleveland Cavaliers panicking when they traded him - ESPN
Traded to Los Angeles after playing in only 15 games in Cleveland, Isaiah Thomas told E:60 that the Cavaliers showed desperation in sending him away.