Johnny be gone: UK’s Juzang opts to enter transfer portal

By KEITH TAYLOR LEXINGTON, Ky. — Johnny Juzang is entering the NCAA transfer portal. The Kentucky freshman guard announced his intentions on Friday via social media. Juzang averaged 2.9 points and 1.9 rebounds per game this season and tallied 10 points in the Wildcats’ 71-70 win over Florida in the team’s regular-season

Why I Like Johnny Juzang

By Dr. John Huang I fully expected Johnny Juzang to play a crucial role in Kentucky Basketball’s quest for Championship No. 9. Sometime during the postseason, I just knew that Johnny would come in and rescue the team by hitting that big 3-pointer that would send Kentucky into the next round.

‘Cats Refuse To Lose During “Gainesville Miracle”

 BY Bill Crockett (MANCHESTER, Ky.) — Following a monumental collapse against Tennessee earlier in the week, John Calipari’s sixth-ranked Kentucky Wildcats somehow flipped the script during an epic 71-70 come-from-behind win over Florida.  Despite Ashton Hagans’ ill-timed personal sabbatical, Nick Richards and the ‘Cats refused to lose and overcame an 18-point second-half

The Best Things in Life are Free

Immanuel Quickly currently shooting .915 from foul line By Dr. John Huang Kentucky’s prowess at free throw line is something Calipari looks to exploit (LEXINGTON, Ky.) – Swish! Swish! Long-term, die-hard Kentucky Basketball fans have noticed something distinctly different about this year’s team. They’re good at shooting free throws. In fact—prior to the game against LSU—this year’s

Johnny Juzang Remained Confident

Vicky Graff Photo By LARRY VAUGHT Kahlil Whitney’s decision to leave Kentucky after 18 games in late January drew national attention. He was a five-star recruit, McDonald’s All-American and projected first round pick in the 2020 NBA draft. He started Kentucky’s first eight games but the incredible athleticism he relied on in high