Rex Chapman’s Rise To Twitter Sensation Led To ESPN’s “E:60” Featuring Former UK Star Friday Night

ESPN Photo By LARRY VAUGHT ESPN’s Ryan McGee lives in Charlotte and about five weeks ago took his 15-year-old daughter, a high school freshman, and her friends to see the Charlotte Hornets play.During the game highlights of former Kentucky star Rex Chapman — Charlotte’s first-ever draft pick in 1988 — flashed on

A World Without Sports

BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — In a world without sports, fear of the unknown leads to speculation which in turn generates uncertainty.  During these unprecedented times, regardless of whether or not you avidly follow sports, citizens across the Commonwealth of Kentucky not only long for normalcy, but crave comfort and relief.  In

Quickley’s Faith Was An Inspiration To His UK Teammates This Season

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Immanuel Quickley was a leader on the court. He also was an inspiration in the locker room this season. Kentucky coach John Calipari called on Quickley to say the pre-game prayer, shifting away from his traditional practice of  spreading “it around so that before we go out

Rhyne Howard Named Regional Finalist for WBCA All-America

Guard honored as one of the best players in WBCA Region 2, up for All-America honors Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – University of Kentucky women’s basketball sophomore guard Rhyne Howard has been tabbed a regional finalist for the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association All-America Team after coaches in the second region

Signee Treasure Hunt Named MaxPreps Tennessee Player of the Year

  Signees Erin Toller and Nyah Leveretter named all-state performers Written by UK staff LEXINGTON, Ky. – Add one more honor to the incredible list of accomplishments this season for University of Kentucky women’s basketball signee Treasure Hunt as the five-star guard has been tabbed the MaxPreps Tennessee Player of the Year while

John Calipari Would Love To Have Nate Sestina Back But Admits There Are A Lot of Questions For NCAA To Answer

Vicky Graff Photo By LARRY VAUGHT If John Calipari had his way, he would "love another year" to coach Nate Sestina because the NCAA granted an extra year of eligibility to seniors because of this year's NCAA Tournament being cancelled. "I like being around him. Every day you walk in and you see