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Topic - James Young
Kentucky guard James Young will enter the NBA draft, becoming the first of the Wildcats' heralded freshmen to turn pro.
One by one, players in the Kentucky locker room said essentially the same thing: They had not given the NBA a second thought, much less a first, during their stirring Final Four run.
Kentucky's James Young kept his fellow freshmen in the game, his grit on defense only overshadowed by his scoring spurts that answered every salvo from Wisconsin.
The question was for any of the five freshmen sitting alongside Kentucky coach John Calipari, which gave all of them the opportunity to zone out.
John Calipari would like another shot at the finish of Kentucky's big comeback that fell one point short.
The Harrison brothers are clicking at just the right time to have Kentucky in position for another Southeastern Conference tournament title.
The Kentucky Wildcats knocked each other around in practice.
LSU might have been able to complete a season sweep of No. 18 Kentucky with one more rebound in overtime on Saturday.
Mississippi State has a lot of hustle and determination. Now the Bulldogs just need a few shots to fall.
Frustrated with his talented young team, Kentucky coach John Calipari turned to a couple of rarely used veterans for a lift.
Kentucky made one timely late-game 3-pointer after another in an attempt to snap its recent struggles at Arkansas.
guard James Young, who said last week that he would enter the June 26 draft.
James Young has already declared for the NBA draft and others could follow.