Up until now, I've only seen pro teams play games in England, the NFL and MLB come to mind. The Kentucky Wildcats will make history next year as one of the first NCAA Division I teams to play in London's biggest arena.
UK basketball coach John Calipari has faced questions over and over again about whether he would leave the most storied program in NCAA history and maybe jump back into the NBA. Well, he's not. The decision has been made.
I gotta tell you, One and Not Done was really good and really informative. The ESPN "30 for 30" documentary directed by Jonathon Hock examines John Calipari the coach more than Calipari the man.
Not all press on the Kentucky basketball team has been positive as of late. No, we won't go into the whole "fans threatened a referee" story, but Calipari has also been dragged by the press for his lack of championships at UK, just one in 2012, despite recruiting the top talent in the country. A look at the man and the method to his madness, the ESPN 30 for 30 documentary One and Not Don
Anytime you can get a behind the scenes look at a team, a celebrity, a singer, there could be some juicy stuff. When the UK Men's Basketball team was presented with various photos, some from this past season, it got funny pretty fast. Watch!
It was the shot heard around Big Blue Nation as freshman Malik Monk capped off his record-making game with a 3-pointer that sealed the Cats victory over North Carolina. Everybody, well that's a bit of an exaggeration, was watching.