Former UK Basketball Players in the NBA
News about former UK players now playing for NBA teams.
The NCAA is sill just the absolute worst.
SGA has been on a tear this season.
After an 0-3 start, SGA’s dominance helped them draw back to .500.
Richards is firmly part of the rotation and has shown starter-level potential.
The Kings’ trio of De’Aaron Fox, Trey Lyles and Malik Monk make up one of eight NBA teams with multiple former Wildcats.
Cauley-Stein will join the Rockets, while Mulder will rejoin the Heat.
Towns is thankfully out of the hospital now.
A few big-name former Cats will be sidelined for their respective teams’ first action of the new season.
ESPN’s top-100 list is complete, and Kentucky was strongly represented.
Sarr spent most of last season with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The former Wildcat opens up about his mental health struggles and how they got so bad that he contemplated suicide.
The Kentucky Wildcats champion donated $350,000 to the relief efforts that have now crossed $3 million.
The Spurs are hopeful the former Wildcat can transition into a full-blown superstar.
Sharpe was the No. 7 overall pick in the 2022 NBA Draft.
Another day, another former Wildcat becoming a millionaire!
Vanderbilt had the best season of his career last year.
KAT will now be in Minnesota for at least six more more seasons following this most recent agreement.
Malik Monk gets a new deal and is reunited with De’Aaron Fox.
Booker is one of the brightest young stars in the NBA.
Herro is coming off a Sixth Man of the Year campaign and is primed to take another big jump next season.
Wall would fill a void at the point for the Paul George-led Clippers.
The NBA dream begins for several former Cats.