Former UK Basketball Players in the NBA
News about former UK players now playing for NBA teams.
The former Wildcat believes this Kentucky team can go "a long way."
The Kings now have four former Cats on their roster.
The former Cat brings home some more NBA hardware.
Livingston made NBA history with the contract he scored with the Bucks.
Since 2010, Kentucky has produced 22 lottery selections and three No. 1 overall NBA Draft picks.
One of these Wildcats could be on the move.
"He’s not trying to hold you back at all. He’s definitely a real one. Shoutout to Cal, man."
Murray overcame an ACL tear and became a pivotal member of the championship-winning Nuggets.
Livingston becomes Kentucky’s latest one-and-done NBA Draft pick, while Oscar Tshiebwe and Jacob Toppin go undrafted.
Wallace becomes Kentucky’s latest top-10 pick under John Calipari and gets to team up with SGA.
The 25-year-old is just entering his prime.
Randle will be able to get back on the court later this summer.
Herro makes his acting debut.
De’Aaron Fox, Malik Monk, and Trey Lyles combined for 66 points.
The Kings’ imminent future will be in question without their star guard.
Maxey was unstoppable down the stretch.
Fox led the Kings to their first playoff berth in more than a decade.
Former Kentucky Wildcats De’Aaron Fox, Trey Lyles, and Malik Monk combined for 86 points in the win.
Maxey’s next contract could be worth up to $200 million.
The Thunder made the NBA Playoffs behind SGA’s regular-season dominance.
Will a former Cat win it all this season?
The former Wildcat has stepped his game up to superstar level this season.
The former Wildcat is the favorite to take home the award
The Kings are now tied for second place in the Western Conference, thanks in large part to Fox being arguably the NBA’s most clutch player this season.