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Jun 30

Wednesday Morning Links

Posted by: Ryan Richardson | Leave a Comment (0)
Category: Random Notes

New Jersey Nets owners Mikhail Prokhorov (which by the way has more money than Jerry West and Mark Cuban combined) and Jay-Z put up this billboard outside Madison Square Garden.

Larry Vaught has some videos up from the basketball camp in Danville.

NCAA committee ready to debate new 68-team tourney.

Reebok calls John Wall an “aspirational” player.

This blogger thinks that Cousins has the talent to be the best player in the draft.

Earmonn Brennan thinks Kanter needs some work but will start immediately at Kentucky.

A Sea of Blue:  Kentucky Basketball:  The Great Experiment

Dajuan Coleman has received an offer from Kentucky.

2013 point guard Rodney Purvis was inspired Thursday night by John Wall.

2012 UK recruit Perry Ellis still has 9 schools listed but none of them have an edge.

John Wall stopped in to watch and counsel Quincy Miller.

Courier-Journal:  Calipari looking for ways to get young teams to finish strong, win titles.

Hearald Leader sports editor Gene Abell thinks Calipari should be given credit on helping Cousins mature.

Adonis Thomas has a big game while Gilchrist chips in 12 point and 8 boards as USA wins in an exhibition over Lithuania.

Sports Illustrated:  Newest Roacket recounts thrill of draft night, being selected No. 14.

Lex18 talks with Tayshaun Prince who wishes that Daniel Orton and Eric Bledsoe stayed.

Rick Pitino has landed Memphis transfer Roburt Sallie, but after year one, Calipari has dominated.

People that surround Josh Harrellson say he is on a mission.

The SEC could have some first rounders in the draft next year.

Fox sports Jeff Goodman’s 2011 NBA mock draft.

The Bleacher Report has a list of the top 20 most annoying athletes on the planet.

The Naughtiest Cheerleaders in History, and Louisville makes an appearance.

The Hottest Chicks in Soccer Jerseys.

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