I don’t know what can be salvaged from this season aside from hoping that guys can continue to improve and come back much better next season. Kentucky will certainly lose BJ Boston, Terrence Clarke, Olivier Sarr, and Davion Mintz; the rest of the team will have an opportunity to come back and be much better.
As the rest of the games go, I’ll be happy if Kentucky wins but fundamentally it won’t change my outlook on the season if they do. The tournament is not in the future for this group and I don’t trust them enough to win the SEC Tournament if they even have one.
So try to enjoy the game today as much as possible and be sure to have plenty of alcohol at hand.
Tweet of the Day
Isaiah Jackson is the best pro prospect on the team if he can stay consistent and put it all together.
Cats look to bounce back | UK Athletics- There was a great deal of talk about players preferring to come off of the bench. Do any of them want to start?
Will Wade previews Kentucky | Cats Pause- LSU is coming off of a thumping at the hands of Alabama. Wade expects Kentucky to give it their all and is impressed with their athleticism.
HOF coaches struggling this season | WDRB.com- John Calipari isn’t the only high profile coach have issues this season. Coach K, Roy Williams and Jim Boeheim all have teams that aren’t as good as they usually are.
Lack of home court advantage taking its toll | CBS- Kentucky is one of the teams that have been affected the most by the lack of fans at games.
Dwayne Ledford leaves Louisville for the NFL | SI.com- That’s the third staff member Scott Satterfield has seen take another job this offseason. It appears the Louisville staff can’t get out fast enough.
Can Wan’Dale Robinson be the most impactful transfer? | SDS- The case can be made that Wan’Dale Robinson could be the most impactful player from the transfer portal if Joey Gatewood or Beau Allen can be effective.
College basketball misery index | USA Today- Kentucky is at the top of the list as their tournament hopes have all but vanished.
Legendary broadcaster Larry King passes away | AP- He died at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. He interviewed some of the most famous and interesting people during his lifetime. He was 87 years old.
I will be back on the air after the Kentucky game for the post game show on ESPN 680. Join me around 8:00 PM to talk about the game and listen to Cal’s post game comments.