Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
- 11/25W 81-45
- 11/29L 76-64
- 12/17L 65-62
- 12/6L 79-62
- 12/12L 64-63
- 12/1922L 75-63
- 12/26L 62-59
- 1/2W 78-73
- 1/5W 77-74
- 1/9W 76-58
- 1/12L 85-65
- 1/16L 66-59
- 1/20L 63-62
- 1/23W 82-69
- 1/269L 70-59
- 2/318L 75-70
- 2/611L 82-71
- 2/9L 81-80
- 2/13W 82-80
- 2/17W 82-78
- 2/2019W 70-55
- 2/27L 71-67
- 3/2L 70-62
- 3/6W 92-64
- 3/11L 74-73
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Kentucky senior forward Olivier Sarr has declared for the NBA draft and will forego his remaining collegiate eligibility after one season with the Wildcats.
- Kentucky 7-footer Sarr latest to declare for draft
- Kentucky freshman Askew enters transfer portal
- Guard Grady commits to transfer to Kentucky
- Boston latest Kentucky player to enter NBA draft
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
Freshman Devin Askew, a 6-foot-3 point guard from California who started 20 games for Kentucky this season, has entered the transfer portal.
The 2021 Geico Nationals tournament will feature 10 nationally ranked teams and over 30 ranked prospects.
Guard Kellan Grady has committed to transfer from Davidson to Kentucky.
Kentucky freshmen Brandon Boston Jr., Isaiah Jackson and Terrence Clarke all announced they will enter their names in the NBA draft this week, with Jackson leaving the door open for a return.
Kentucky forward Isaiah Jackson says he will enter the NBA draft and be evaluated but not hire an agent, leaving the door open for him to return to school.
Freshman Cam'Ron Fletcher, a former ESPN 100 prospect from St. Louis who played just nine games for Kentucky this season, has entered the transfer portal, the school announced Saturday.
After Kentucky's NCAA hopes ended when it was bounced from the SEC tourney on Thursday, coach John Calipari rued that the Wildcats were "never able to get fully engaged in'' their chase for an NCAA tournament bid.
Greg Byrne, Athletic Director of the University of Alabama, joins Paul to talk about the sports renaissance his Crimson Tide is having and the fantastic season of Nate Oats and the basketball team. Callers are still irate about Kentucky's loss.
Brandon Marcello, College Football Reporter for 247Sports, joins Paul to comment on the Les Miles situation. Callers talk to Paul about the Kentucky basketball loss and their lost season.
— Iverson Molinar scored eight of his 21 points in the final 3:07 to erase a five-point deficit and Mississippi State held off Kentucky 74-73 on Thursday in the second round of the Southeastern Conference tournament.
— Davion Mintz and Brandon Boston Jr. both set career bests with six 3-pointers apiece and Kentucky beat South Carolina 92-64 on Saturday in a regular-season finale.
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