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Drake says he would have traded his life to play Kentucky basketball
Drake may have jumped on the Kentucky bandwagon less than 10 years ago, but he is determined to convince everyone that there is no bigger Wildcats fan in the world than him right now.In an appearance on John Calipari’s podcast this week, Drake spoke about the first time he visited the Kentucky campus in 2009. Although he was on the verge of becoming one of the most recognizable faces in the entertainment industry, the rapper claims his trip to Lexington was one of the most inspirational experiences of his life.“When I came to Lexington and met you, I didn’t want to leave. I would probably have traded my life at that moment to play Kentucky basketball and be under you and it felt like a mentor,” Drake explained, as transcribed by Kentucky Sports Radio. “It felt like a father figure. It felt like this incredible feeling. And at 26 years old, it made me go and reconnect with the teacher that I loved the most from grades nine through eleven before I decided to stop going to high school, and I reconnecte
WATCH: Oregon’s Dillon Brooks commits flop of the year
Oregon guard Dillon Brooks flopped not once, but twice on the same play against Utah on Thursday night, and that’s not something we’re used to seeing. It happened when Utah’s Sedrick Barefield attempted to back him down, and then extended his arm. Brooks tried to sell the contact, even though there really wasn’t any. He backpedaled a bit and jumped backward, in order to draw the foul, but the play was blown dead. When that didn’t work, even though the play was over, he jumped back off his left foot and hit the floor hard. Since one flop didn’t work, Brooks elected to try a second one. The flop backfired, as Brooks was whistled for a foul on the play. The second flop was completely unnecessary, as he had already been called for the foul. So yeah, the joke was on him.
No. 7 Wildcats pull away for home win over Washington State
TUCSON, Ariz. -- Allonzo Trier scored 17 points in his first home game of the season, Lauri Markkanen had a double-double, and No. 7 Arizona pulled away late to beat Washington State 79-62 on Thursday night. Trier scored 12 points against UCLA on Saturday in his first game back from a 19-game suspension for performance-enhancing drugs. He became more assertive after a quiet first half at McKale Center, scoring 11 points in the second to help Arizona (19-2, 8-0 Pac-12) finally shake the pesky Cougars. Markkanen finished with 16 points and 13 rebounds in Arizona's 13th straight win overall and 17th straight at home. Washington State (10-10, 3-5) played well most of the night in one of college basketball's toughest environments before being worn down by the Wildcats. Conor Clifford led the Cougars with 19 points. The Wildcats were coming off a convincing win over then-No. 3 UCLA for their highest-ranked victory in a true road game since 2001. Arizona jumped seven spots in this week's AP Top 25 and needed to avoi
UAB wins brawl-filled battle with Louisiana Tech, 79-70
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) Dirk Williams scored 17 points and Alabama-Birmingham beat Louisiana Tech, 79-70 in a Conference USA game marred by a benches-clearing brawl that resulted in the Bulldogs finishing the game with just four players Thursday night. Chris Cokley scored from the low post with 6:03 left in the game to put UAB up by 13 points, 63-50. And then the fight broke out. UAB's Hakeem Baxter and Louisiana Tech's Jacobi Boykins both were given flagrant technical fouls and were ejected for fighting. UAB's William Lee was assessed a Class A technical foul, but was not ejected. The entire Louisiana Tech bench was ejected for leaving as were four players from the UAB bench. Despite being a player short, Louisiana Tech outscored UAB 20-16 over the final six minutes. Cokley finished with 15 points for UAB (13-8, 6-2). Erik McCree finished with 16 points to lead the Bulldogs (14-7, 6-2).
Kansas coach says no discipline yet amid police rape probe
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) Kansas coach Bill Self said Thursday that a police investigation of an alleged rape at his team's dorm has given him no reason yet to discipline any players as the second-ranked Jayhawks prepare to play at No. 4 Kentucky. Self acknowledged that the investigation of the alleged attack last month of a 16-year-old girl at McCarthy Hall has become a ''major distraction'' heading into Saturday's showdown. No charges have been filed, and police have not publicly identified any suspects or offered any time frame about how long the investigation may take. Five of Self's players are listed as witnesses on the police report, by Self's definition meaning they could have information about ''anything that happened before, during, after.'' The girl is not a student at Kansas and was visiting the dorm's residents, police on the Lawrence campus have said. Self refused to publicly reveal what any players have confided in him, though he insisted ''we've been given zero information that would warrant
Kansas' Self: No reason for player discipline during campus rape probe
LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Kansas coach Bill Self says a police investigation of an alleged rape at his team's dorm has given him no reason yet to discipline anyone as the second-ranked Jayhawks prepare to play at No. 4 Kentucky. Self on Thursday publicly acknowledged the investigation of the alleged sexual attack last month of a 16-year-old girl at McCarthy Hall has become a "major distraction" heading into Saturday's showdown. No charges have been filed, and police have not publicly identified any suspects. Five of Self's players are listed as witnesses on the police report. Self is deferring to police in declining to publicly discuss what any of the players have confided to him about the matter he says he learned about from the athletics department the day it was reported Dec. 18.
Coach K bans players from locker room, wearing team gear
Mike Krzyzewski is disgusted with what he has seen from his team since the Duke coach took a leave of absence to undergo back surgery, and he has decided to take some drastic measures to send a message.According to a report from ESPN’s Jeff Goodman and Dana O’Neil, Coach K called a meeting at his house Tuesday night — the day after Duke’s 84-82 home loss to NC State — and informed his players that they have been temporarily banned from using the school’s locker room. They have also been forbidden from wearing any Blue Devils apparel around campus.“He wasn’t happy,” a source told ESPN. “Especially after the loss to NC State.”Sources told Goodman and O’Neil that Krzyzewski has instituted similar bans in the past to send a message to his players and that they will not be lifted “until they start living up to the standards of the Duke program.”The players reportedly held a players-only meeting after Coach K dismissed them from his home, and one person believes dramatic motivational tac
Self: No player discipline yet as campus rape probe goes on
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas coach Bill Self says a police investigation of an alleged rape at his team's dorm has given him no reason yet to discipline anyone as the second-ranked Jayhawks prepare to play at No. 4 Kentucky. Self on Thursday publicly acknowledged the investigation of the alleged sexual attack last month of a 16-year-old girl at McCarthy Hall has become a ''major distraction'' heading into Saturday's showdown. No charges have been filed, and police have not publicly identified any suspects. Five of Self's players are listed as witnesses on the police report. Self is deferring to police in declining to publicly discuss what any of the players have confided in him about the matter he says he learned about from the athletics department the day it was reported Dec. 18.
Pitino, Louisville rebut NCAA findings in escort scandal
Louisville is disputing the NCAA's allegation that Rick Pitino violated his responsibility as a head coach by failing to monitor former staffer Andre McGee's activities that resulted in a sex scandal and subsequent investigation by the governing body. The school on Wednesday released responses it submitted last week after receiving a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA that included four violations by the basketball program and criticism of Pitino for failing to monitor the former Cardinals basketball staffer who an escort has said hired her and others for sex parties with recruits and players. In one of three responses, Louisville stated that Pitino ''fostered a culture'' of compliance and that McGee's activities couldn't have been monitored by ''reasonable'' practices because he intended to avoid detection. Pitino's separate response rebuts the NCAA's contention that he failed to seek red flags and that he never got indications of McGee's activities. ''When confronted with the details of the activities,''
Pitino, Louisville responses rebut NCAA escort allegations
Louisville is disputing the NCAA's allegation that Rick Pitino violated head coach responsibility in monitoring staffer Andre McGee's activities that resulted in a sex scandal and subsequent investigation by the governing body. The school on Wednesday released responses submitted last week to NCAA accusations of four violations and criticism of Pitino for failing to monitor the former Cardinals basketball staffer alleged by an escort to have hired her and others for sex parties with recruits and players. In one of three responses, Louisville counters that Pitino ''fostered a culture'' of compliance and that McGee's activities couldn't have been monitored by ''reasonable'' practices because he intended to avoid detection. Pitino's separate response rebuts the NCAA's contention that he failed to seek red flags and says he never got indications of McGee's activities.
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