Good morning Big Blue Nation!
It’s big news Monday as the Kentucky Wildcats are looking to add one more piece to an already stacked team. Former Virginia Tech Hokies star Kerry Blackshear is setting up his last visit and it will be with the Cats.
There’s a chance that John Calipari could have a commitment from Blackshear during his visit at UK. It’s being reported that Blackshear is down to UK, Tennessee, and Texas A&M.
I have no inside info on this like so many other bloggers claim to have, but my gut says that at the end of the day Blackshear will be a Cat.
Tweets of the Day
Johnny Juzang has made it to campus https://t.co/ryQeN4aTbp— UK Basketball (@BBNation15) June 17, 2019
Welcome Johnny! Kentucky’s shooter has arrived.
Pelicans as of now....— Steven Barnhart (@HWHoopsCentral) June 15, 2019
No. 4 in 2019
And Julius Randle may be out of there soon. What a yuck lineup.
John Calipari on Anthony Davis: "I said all along, he's a generational player. He can play with anybody, for anybody. He has one thing. He wants to win."— TheCatsPause247 (@TheCatsPause247) June 17, 2019
I hope the Lakers can fix their front office issues so Davis can finally be a part of a good franchise.
Somebody had a good Father’s Day.
RIP King Kelly Coleman | Lexington Herald Leader- The Kentucky high school legend passed away at the age of 80. He still holds numerous high school records and was the first ever Kentucky Mr. Basketball.
Still no respect for Kentucky football | Courier-Journal- Phil Steele released his bowl game predictions and Kentucky didn’t make the cut. OK.
Julius Randle is a free agent | Cats Pause- Randle is going to get the hell out of New Orleans now that Anthony Davis is gone. Could he go back to LA?
Where the Anthony Davis trade leaves LA | ESPN- LA has two of the top players in the NBA but there are still holes to fill and uncertainty to answer.
How John Calipari’s performance ranks among elite peers | Lexington Herald Leader- Here’s a hint: he’s the best.
Louisville drops first game of College World Series to Vandy | WDRB- Dan McDonnell is one of the highest paid baseball coaches in the NCAA but is now 2-9 in the College World Series.