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Kentucky Wildcats Morning Quickies: Finding Players Edition

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen of the Big Blue Nation, and welcome to the Tuesday Morning Quickies. Now that the draft early-entry deadline has passed and we are waiting to see if one of the “waters testers” such as Nick Richards and EJ Montgomery decide to return, a quick view of Kentucky's

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Hilltoppers turn attention to recruiting

With the college basketball season wrapped up, it is time to look forward to the 2019-20 season.  April 17 marked the beginning of the spring signing period in which all unsigned high school basketball players will put pen to paper and make official their commitments to play for their respective schools

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Kentucky freshman and Devin Booker mentee Tyler Herro declares for NBA draft

Devin Booker talks which players and teams he looks forward to watching during the NCAA tournament. Kentucky freshman Tyler Herro has been compared to his mentor Devin Booker.  Herro has a similar sharp shooting style to the Phoenix Suns shooting guard and now he's about to be a one-and-done Wildcat

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SMU basketball signs 3 transfers to join program next season

DALLAS (AP) — Transfer players Isiah Jasey, Tyson Jolly and Darius McNeill have signed with SMU and will join the program next season. Coach Tim Jankovich announced the signings Monday. Jolly is a 6-foot-4 guard who played 20 games at Baylor as a freshman in 2017-18 before transferring to Trinity Valley

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Texas guard signs with Yellowstone Christian College women's basketball team

BILLINGS — Nia Johnson, a guard from Mansfield, Texas, has signed with the Yellowstone Christian College women's basketball team. According to YCC women's coach Brandon Rogers, Johnson "is an immediate impact player that will have a bright future here." In a release from the school,

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