Sam Vecenie takes a look at Kentucky's stacked roster, one that will be a major topic of discussion among NBA Draft scouts and front offices.
Karl Towns might be Kentucky's best NBA prospect. The newcomer's only problem? Finding playing time in Kentucky's deep, talented front court.
John Calipari's mental wizardry gets the most out of his players -- sometimes seldom-used players -- puts Kentucky one win away from a national title.
There are several loaded frontcourts across the landscape, but which is the best? Kentucky and Kansas both make a great argument.
For those hoping that this year's Kentucky team will be another disappointment, it's difficult to see it happening.
Sophomore forward Alex Poythress spoke about the possibility of Kentucky going 40-0 this season.
Kentucky will be without Willie Cauley-Stein for the next 10-14 days with a minor right hand injury.
Kentucky's historic recruiting class -- and all of the returning players -- are now officially on campus and enrolled in classes. That means the Wildcats are one step closer to assembling a roster that could overwhelm much of college basketball.
To finish off our series, we ask coaches about Kentucky: are the Wildcats ready for a return to the Final Four or are they going to collapse again?
What seemed like a foregone conclusion a week ago has a new wrinkle: Kyle Wiltjer isn't 100 percent sold on leaving Kentucky.

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