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Topic - Terrence Jones
A sergeant saw the 6-foot-9 Jones walk by a doorway where two homeless men were sleeping and yell "Wake Up!" before lifting his foot and stomping on the leg of one.
Anthony Davis hugged his college teammate, hugged his coach, and climbed on stage as the No. 1 pick.
Best in the country and No. 1 and 2 in the NBA draft. The celebration goes on for Kentucky's kids.
Once Anthony Davis slips on a Hornets hat above basketball's most celebrated eyebrow Thursday night, the NBA draft really starts.
Kentucky and North Carolina appear headed for an NBA-first during Thursday night's draft.
Kentucky's starting lineup of three freshmen and two sophomores did most everything together en route to the school's eighth national title. Now, they will each go their separate ways in the NBA.
Five Kentucky underclassmen, including projected No. 1 NBA draft pick Anthony Davis, are expected to announce their draft intentions at a joint news conference.
There's so much more to Kentucky than Anthony Davis.
Kentucky coach John Calipari hits the road Friday. This time, he's carrying national championship credentials.
The running joke all season was that Kentucky was good enough to beat some NBA teams. Say, maybe the Toronto Raptors.
It's time to bury the term "student-athlete." It died at 11:42 p.m. Monday, just about the time the confetti falling from the roof of the Superdome landed on coach John Calipari's hair and the players from Kentucky's NBA development academy gathered at a far corner of the court to collect a trophy many of them will need a campus map just to find next year.
Kentucky has the best players. Kansas has the most heart.
Terrence Jones readily calls Kentucky coach John Calipari a father figure. It's that tough-love approach that defines their relationship.
No matter where Anthony Davis and his buddies go to make their millions, their ol' Kentucky home will long remember this championship season.
Jayhawks or Wildcats, take your pick. Either can make a case for this being "their" year.
"No one cared who got the accolades," forward Terrence Jones said. "The main goal was getting to this point and winning. That's what we focused on."
"Having that meeting with coach," Jones said, "trying to come back and win, getting myself better, rewarding myself and my whole team with having a successful season is just a great way to finish."