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Kentucky Wildcats Basketball 2014-2015 News and Updates
3/12/15 - The Kentucky Wildcats basketball team was able to pull off a perfect regular season record after beating Florida 67-50 on March 7. Their position as top seed in the SEC tournament comes at no surprise after their 31-0 record. As the number one seed, they have a bye until the fourth session on Friday, March 13 against the winner of the second round game between Alabama and Florida. Fans are looking for the Wildcats to win the NCAA tournament with their perfect record intact, which would bring their record to 40-0 for the season. The long-term favorite to be the 2015 NCAA champions still has to face several of the other strong teams around the country before walking away victorious. Tickets to their initial round of the SEC tournament remain on sale, starting at $222.
3/3/15 - The Kentucky Wildcats Basketball team is the one to beat for this years NCAA Basketball tournament. They currently top all the rankings and are expected to make it to the championship game. Their recent victory over the Georgia Bulldogs 72-64 continues their perfect season. It seemed as though Kentucky may finally lose a game this season when Georgia was ahead by nine points in the final 10 minutes of play. However, Kentucky was able to bounce back and secure another victory. Kentucky has a chance to be the first team since 1976 to have an undefeated national title, but they still have one game left to make a perfect regular season when they face Florida on Saturday, March 7. Tickets are still on sale, starting at $179.
2/24/15 - With another week gone by and the Kentucky Wildcats Basketball team continuing to play like world-beaters, the #1 Wildcats are now a mere four wins away from a perfect regular season and the #1 overall seed in the NCAA tournament. Kentucky’s last game, a 110-75 laugher over Auburn, showed just how deep and talented this Wildcat team truly is. A balanced scoring effort, led by Karl-Anthony Towns’ 19 points, proved simply too much for the overmatched Tigers. Six players scored in double figures for the Wildcats, who move on to face the Mississippi State Bulldogs in a road contest tonight. Make sure to come out to Rupp Arena when the Wildcats return on February 28th to face the high flying #18 Razorbacks. Razorgator has tickets available starting at $166.
2/19/15 - As March approaches, this 26-0 Kentucky Wildcats Basketball team continues to impress, despite taking the best shot of every team they face. Their latest victim was a Tennessee Volunteers team desperate for a resume building and earth shattering upset. Though the Volunteers came out tough, the clearly more talented Wildcats clamped down in the second half and ended up winning comfortably. Now just five wins away from a perfect season and a chance to go down in history, the Wildcats need your help to close out the season with a winning flourish. Make sure to come out to historic Rupp Arena to catch the final three home games of the season: February 21st against Auburn, February 28th against #18 Arkansas, and March 7th against Florida. Razorgator has great seats still available starting at just $109.
2/11/15 - The best team in college basketball right now is Kentucky. They are undefeated, sporting a 24-0 record. Their last victory was against LSU, which took place last Tuesday. The Wildcats ended up winning 71-69. It was a tight game for all four quarters, but Kentucky made smart decisions with the ball when it mattered the most. A top performer for Kentucky on the night was Willie Cauley-Stein, who ended up scoring 15 points and 7 rebounds. Andrew Harrison also scored a lot, ending the game with 13 points. It was a collective effort for the Wildcats, and they showed that their heart and will to win should never be questioned. Their next game takes place this Saturday against South Carolina. Tickets can be bought now for $90.
2/5/15 - The Kentucky Wildcats basketball team continues their perfect season after beating Georgia 69-58 on Tuesday, Feb. 3. This brings their season record to 22-0 record, and they are drawing ever closer to beating the Wildcats' record for opening wins, which is 25. They are ranked first in the Southeastern conference. With Virginia falling to Duke, the Wildcats are now the only undefeated team in the league, making them the unanimous leader of the Division I basketball teams. As the sole undefeated team in the league, they will now face opponents who have an even stronger desire to defeat the team during the final month before March Madness begins. The team faces some strong opponents, including their next game against Florida on Saturday, Feb. 7. Tickets remain on sale, starting at $61.
1/27/15 - The number one team in the nation right now is the Kentucky Wildcats. They have looked spectacular, and sport a 19-0 record. Their latest win was over the South Carolina Gamecocks, which ended with a final score of 58-43. They looked dominant for four straight quarters, which is partly because of guard Devin Booker. He ended up scoring 18 points, and really picked up the tempo late down the stretch. Booker looked unstoppable from long range, and he has a great shot at doing amazing things in the professional league. Next up for the Wildcats is a game against Missouri, which takes place this Thursday. It should be a great game, and Kentucky will be looking to keep their unbeaten record alive. Tickets can be purchased for $25.
1/20/15 - Kentucky Wildcats fans were worried the past couple weeks as the team came closer and closer to defeat, each time only barely scraping by with a close win. However, it seems the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team is out of their funk and dominating more than ever before. They had a chance to get their game back when they played the Missouri Tigers (7-9), where they won by an unbelievable 49 points. That was just warm-up, however, because they were playing the Alabama Crimson Tide (12-5) next, which is one the top teams in the league. The Wildcats didn't break a sweat, though, and came out with a 22 point lead that no one was expecting. This means they still have their amazing undefeated status. Their next home game will be a rematch against the Crimson Tide, and tickets start at $134.
1/12/15 - The Kentucky Wildcats basketball team completely dominated the early season, but it looks like they might be losing steam. On Jan. 6, they returned to the court after a 10-day hiatus and it was the closest they have come to losing yet, winning by only three points in overtime. In their next game against the Texas A&M Aggies, they managed to cut it even closer. After falling behind, they could only just barely tie the game before the buzzer. It was not until double overtime that they were able to pull ahead to bring the final score to 70-64. This means they are still undefeated, but they will be facing some impressive teams in the next weeks. They play the Missouri Tigers (7-8) on Jan. 13th, but after that, they will be against some of the league's best back to back.
1/8/15 - The Kentucky Wildcats basketball team has been dominating the league, but they have had trouble lately. Their game against the Ole Miss Rebels on Jan. 6th marked their returned to the court for the first time since Dec. 27th and they may have been a little rusty. The Wildcats were just behind at the half, but caught up enough to tie the game. The Wildcats' guard and star for this game, Aaron Harrison, scored 26 points and made two free throws in overtime with only 1:29 remaining to sequre the victory. This is the closest Kentucky has come to losing, and the second closest they have come was their most recent game against the Cardinals. Hopefully they regain their focus to maintain their undefeated status as they take on the Texas A&M Aggies on Jan. 10th.
12/31/14 - The Kentucky Wildcats basketball team has been undefeated this entire season, but it looked like they might have trouble against the Louisville Cardinals. They only held a four-point lead at the half and they only added four more points to their lead in the second half. Ultimately, it was their closest game in a while and their lowest scoring game in just as long, with a final score of 58-50. Karl-Anthony Towns scored 10 points and had nine rebounds and Devin Booker was just behind with nine points. This is the Wildcats' 13th win in a row and it does not look like they are slowing down, which means they are still the favorite team and the leading team. There are still a few tickets available for their next game against the Ole Miss Rebels on the 6th, starting at $76.
12/25/14 - The Kentucky Wildcats have been the team to beat this entire season and their blowout game against the UCLA Bruins on Saturday has not changed that. In fact, they were able to score the first 24 points of the game and no one was surprised at the final score of 44-83. Devin Booker led the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team with 19 points and Aaron Harrison followed with another 15. This means Kentucky remains undefeated and the favorite team in the league. With a record of 12-0, it is looking like they may never be dethroned. They are travelling to Louisville, Kentucky for an away game next, but they will return on January 6th to play the Ole Miss Rebels. Tickets are available starting at $52.
12/16/14 - Kentucky Wildcats basketball is still looking unstoppable this season, and the no. 21 North Carolina Tar Heels became their latest victims last Saturday. Kentucky built a 15-point lead at the halftime break, shooting 56 percent and going 23-31 from the free throw line as a team to overcome North Carolina’s advantage on the boards. Willie Cauley-Stein continued his strong junior season, scoring 15 points and grabbing six rebounds to pace the Wildcats. Freshman guard Devin Booker also chipped in 15 points in just 22 minutes off the bench, and Kentucky improved their record to a spotless 11-0 for the season. The Wildcats look to maintain their no. 1 nationwide ranking when they host Bryce Alford and the Pac 12-leading UCLA Bruins on Saturday afternoon. Go Wildcats!
12/9/14 - Kentucky Wildcats basketball is rolling strong! With their dominant 82-49 victory over Eastern Kentucky on Sunday, the Wildcats propelled themselves to the no. 1 AP ranking in the country, receiving first-place votes on all 64 ballots cast to earn the first unanimous decision since Syracuse in back-to-back weeks last season. Freshman forward Karl-Anthony Towns continues to excel for UK, putting in 19 points and grabbing nine rebounds in their most recent victory. Trey Lyles added 10 points and 10 boards off the bench for Kentucky, who moved to a perfect 9-0 record on the season with the win. Next up, the Wildcats host the 5-2 Columbia Lions on Wednesday at Rupp Arena, and great seats are available through Razorgator starting at just $10! Come support your Kentucky Wildcats!
12/3/14 - Fresh off a 20-point victory over Providence, top-ranked Kentucky looks to maintain their perfect season as they host the 6-0 Texas Longhorns on Friday night at Rupp Arena. The Wildcats used a total team effort to dispatch Providence on Sunday, with only Willie Cauley-Stein logging more than 22 minutes in the contest on his way to 11 points and six rebounds. Kentucky was able to capitalize on 18 turnovers committed by Providence, but they should expect a tougher test versus the #6 Longhorns, who moved to 1-0 on the road with a thrilling one-point win over UConn on Sunday. Tickets start at $53 on Razorgator. Don’t be left out in the cold for this winter clash between two NCAA powerhouses—show your support for Kentucky Wildcats basketball!
11/25/14 - There is nothing like Kentucky Wildcats Basketball. No team has sent more stars to the NBA than Coach John Calipari’s talented Wildcats. In this young 2014-2015 college basketball season, people are already speculating whether or not this team can go undefeated, a feat that has not been accomplished since John Wooden’s UCLA Bruins won 88 straight in the 1970s. With a 10-deep lineup of insanely talented stars such as the Harrison twins, Alex Poythress, and Dakari Johnson, your #1 Wildcats are ready to dominate the competition en route to another SEC title and national championship. Come out to legendary Rupp Arena to cheer on your Wildcats with Drake, Ashley Judd, and 23,500 of your closest friends. With tickets available for upcoming non conference tilts against #10 Texas and #6 UNC starting at just $85, Razorgator is the best place to get your seats.
11/20/14 - The #1 Kentucky Wildcats started their season playing two home games within forty hours in the Cawood Ledford Classic, easily dispatching the Grand Canyon Antelopes on Friday evening 85-45, and coming back in the second game on Sunday afternoon, defeating the Buffalo Bulls 71-52. Kentucky’s schedule this season features games against some of the most storied teams in the history of the sport including, Kansas, Texas, North Carolina, UCLA and Louisville, all of whom are among the winningest programs in college basketball history. Taking advantage of the deep talent up and down the Wildcats roster, Kentucky coach John Calipari has implemented a two-platoon system this year, which will be tested against some of the best talent in the country. Check out the Wildcats upcoming schedule, and buy your tickets today to be a part of the lore that is Kentucky Wildcats basketball!
11/12/14 - The Kentucky Wildcats Basketball team is ready to start their season this Friday, the 14th, against the Grand Canyon Antelopes. Kentucky is looking like the team to beat, being ranked No. 1 in the Associated Press and USA Today polls. Their team also features a record setting nine McDonald's All-Americans. Last season, the Wildcats went all the way to the championship game, but came back in second place. It looks like Kentucky is set on going all the way this time. In fact, SMU coach, Larry Brown thinks they could remain undefeated. This Friday’s game still has tickets available starting at $11, and there are plenty of home games to attend following their first away game at the Kansas Jayhawks next week on Tuesday, Nov. 18th.
2/7/14 – With the exception of last year, Coach John Calipari has taken his Wildcats to at least the Elite Eight in the NCAA Tournament every season. And while the highly regarded freshman class may not be living up to expectations as a whole, Kentucky is not to be counted out of a deep tourney run. Proof of that came Saturday against Missouri. While the final score may not have told the real story here, the team – not five individuals – did. As a collective unit, the Kentucky Wildcats are a dangerous team! Support the Cats in the final four regular season games at Rupp Arena, two of which will come against teams who have already outscored the Cats earlier in the season. Kentucky Wildcats tickets against the Florida Gators are the most expensive of the bunch, averaging $344 while Wildcats tickets versus the LSU Tigers are a mere $127.
1/3/14 - After recruiting some of the most sought after freshman, Kentucky’s highly touted roster has hit a few snags in the road earlier this season. Julius Randle has shown great maturity and skill in his consistent play, but the Harrison twins and James Young were still struggling with cohesion up until the biggest college basketball game of the season, when Kentucky took on Louisville rivals at Rupp Arena this past weekend. The national champ showdown between two storied schools provided a stunning outcome as the Cats defeated the Cards 73-66 for their first win against a ranked team this season, and one with considerably more experience. With their most convincing win yet, the Wildcats are on the road to taking the SEC, and proved to themselves and devoted fans, that if they work together, the No. 1 seed is positively attainable. With an improved 10-3 record heading into Southeastern Conference play, the rookie team is finally hitting its stride, gearing up for Missouri, Tennessee and Florida on their schedule. Kentucky Wildcats tickets start at $43 in the Upper Level and reach upwards of $188 in the Lower Level when KU tackles their first division opponents in the New Year, the Mississippi State Bulldogs, on January 8. Score KU basketball tickets today and ensure the boys a winning start to their SEC season!
Head coach John Calipari, known as the best recruiter in college basketball, “hit the jackpot” in 2013 with his five-star freshman recruits, a set that quickly became known as the best freshman class on paper in NCAAB history. The Wildcats have the most all-time wins and NCAA Tournament appearances and rank second (just behind UCLA) in championships. Over the summer, the Kentucky Wildcats have emerged as the team to beat in the coming season, and national championship hopes are high.
Calipari is confident, intending to take his squad to 40-0 on the season. UK will begin their run on Nov 8 at North Carolina-Asheville, and will begin the Statefarm Champions Classic on Nov 12 against Michigan State in one of the best non-conference games this season. The first SEC play will come on Jan 8 against Mississippi State. Get ready for Big Blue Madness and witness history in the making as the Wildcats eRUPPt Lexington at Rupp Arena!
Though, the young team’s inexperience left UK unranked last year, finishing 12-6 in the SEC, after an astounding loss at Robert Morris in the opening NIT round. This season the Wildcats have been ranked #1 in the preseason coaches’ poll—the first team in the poll’s history to have been unranked last season, jumping to #1 the next. Expect great things from the six All-American freshman players (including Julius Randle, and twins Aaron & Andrew Harrison) who may all start at the same time, filling the holes left by Archie Goodwin (Phoenix Suns) and Nerlens Noel (Philadelphia 76ers) to the NBA. Also in the line-up, are two NBA first-round-talent returners Alex Poythress and athletic defender Willie Cauley-Stein, who will compete with recruits James Young and Dakari Johnson for starting positions at forward and center.