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John Calipari

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  • Sideline Chatter: They were talking about sitting on a fastball, right?

    Trendiest position in baseball this year? Designated sitter. A record 115 players opened the season on MLB disabled lists or enough to stock more than 41/2 teams. Wrote Steve Simmons of the Toronto Sun: "My disabled-list starting rotation: Yu Darvish,...
  • Duke's fifth title shows Krzyzewski's ability to adapt

    Duke's fifth title shows Krzyzewski's ability to adapt
    As ESPN's crack and ubiquitous research staff rapidly unearthed Monday night — or was it Tuesday morning? — Duke's national-championship conquest of Wisconsin included record contributions from freshmen. Tyus Jones, Grayson Allen, Justise...
  • As Blue Devils celebrate title, looking ahead to 2015-16

    Nobody will hang any nets to replace the ones Duke cut down Monday night for several months, giving the Blue Devils plenty of time to celebrate their fifth national championship. That doesn't mean everyone else isn't thinking about the future. More...
  • Boys basketball recruiting: Morgan Park's LoVett waiting on ACT

    John Calipari announced Monday that five to seven Kentucky players likely would declare for the NBA Draft, but he was really speaking directly to five to seven others. The start of the late signing period for current high school seniors begins next...
  • Duke could contend for repeat in 2016

    Nobody will hang any nets to replace the ones Duke cut down Monday night for several months, giving the Blue Devils plenty of time to celebrate their fifth national championship. That doesn't mean everyone else isn't thinking about the future. More...
  • Comeback! Duke tops Wisconsin 68-63 for national title

    Over a matter of mere minutes, the youngsters at Duke grew into salty old pros. Call them freshmen. But please, do not call them kids. Led by Tyus Jones and Jahlil Okafor, Duke's talented group of potential one-and-doners played like veterans down the...
  • John Calipari says Kentucky might lose seven players to NBA draft

    John Calipari says Kentucky might lose seven players to NBA draft
    Kentucky Coach John Calipari said Monday he might lose more than half a dozen players to the NBA draft. "We could lose seven guys," Calipari said. "Seven is a definitely possibility." Calipari made his comments at a downtown news conference after...
  • NCAA update: How Duke and Kentucky prostitute themselves for sports

    NCAA update: How Duke and Kentucky prostitute themselves for sports
    The University of Kentucky was knocked out of the NCAA men's basketball championship by Wisconsin on Saturday, one victory shy of an undefeated record. The team will be watching from the sidelines when Wisconsin plays Duke for the national title Monday...
  • Season of the near miss in college basketball

    Maybe it was fitting that nobody — not even Kentucky — escaped this year unscathed. Monday night marks the final chapter of a very imperfect season for college basketball. It was filled with the usual thrills of March and April but just as...
  • Spencer Haywood a winner in court, on hardwood; inducted into Hall of Fame

    INDIANAPOLIS From the cotton fields of Silver City, Miss., to the playgrounds of Detroit, to the Olympics of Mexico City, to the ABA, the NBA and the steps of the Supreme Court ... Spencer Haywood is finally home in the Basketball Hall of Fame. To...
  • Kentucky and Rolling Stone don't do punishment

    Kentucky and Rolling Stone don't do punishment
    Talk about a bad day. I just posted a story accusing Tim Tebow of getting drunk and severely cutting his passing hand during the animal-sacrifice segment of the weekly devil worship service he secretly attends. Then during a radio interview, a caller...