John Calipari has said on more than one occasion that he would love for an entire all-star team to be made up of former Kentucky Wildcats. While that may never happen, we will see four in the Western Conference Finals of the NBA Playoffs today.
Devin Booker and Phoenix Suns face off against the Los Angeles Clippers, where Rajon Rondo, DeMarcus Cousins, and Patrick Patterson play. This will be a very interesting matchup, as the Suns have been dominant and the Clippers were a preseason favorite.
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Devin Booker has been helped greatly this season by having another star in the backcourt. But with Chris Paul out of Game 1 with COVID-19 protocols, how will that impact Booker’s contributions?
What could be more of a home than Reed’s old Kentucky home?
Chris Paul is out for the Suns. Kawhi is out for the Clippers. Does that even out? Or does that give one team an advantage over another?
This is a huge deal for either of these schools.
There should be a lot of lineup options for John Calipari this season. Which one will we see on opening night?
Given the fact that Kevin Durant might be the best player in the world right now, I’ll allow it.
If Mr. Votto says he did not swing, sir, then he did not swing.
The big man is back from the Congo.
Wagner would be huge for Kentucky, and hopefully his family’s connection to John Calipari will play a big role in his recruitment.
Seems like an odd scapegoat, but hey, it’s the Lakers.
You’ve gotta love seeing the Cats continue to up their recruiting game.