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A Sea Of Blue 13 hours ago
John Calipari and Reid Travis comment on UK commitment

John Calipari and Reid Travis comment on UK commitment

“He was one of the best big men in the Pac-12 last season, if not the country.” Once Reid Travis announced he’d withdraw from the NBA Draft and go the graduate transfer route, we learned he’d consider the Kentucky Wildcats and Villanova Wildcats. After a visit to Lexington on Tuesday, he made the decision to pick UK now and end his brief recruitment, giving John Calipari one of the best grad transfers the sport has ever seen. All of this comes in what’s been a wild week for Travis, who just graduated from Stanford on Sunday, then became a Wildcat just three days...
Cincinnati Enquirer 13 hours ago
Reactions: Kentucky Wildcats land Stanford grad transfer Reid Travis

Reactions: Kentucky Wildcats land Stanford grad transfer Reid Travis

Grad transfer Reid Travis said theres "no better place" for him than Kentucky.         
A Sea Of Blue 14 hours ago
Reid Travis commits to UK

Reid Travis commits to UK

Travis joins a deep frontcourt, which he might be the best player in. Stanford Cardinal graduate transfer Reid Travis has committed to Kentucky for his final season of eligibility. Travis entered his name into the NBA Draft after scoring 19.5 points and bringing in 8.7 rebounds per game last year, but withdrew and elected to go the graduate transfer route instead. He considered the Villanova Wildcats and Kentucky. Travis begin his visit to Kentucky on June 19. With his commitment, Travis becomes Kentucky’s leading scorer and leading rebounder from last year. The 6-8 power forward has...
A Sea Of Blue 19 hours ago
Quickies: Waiting for Reid Travis Edition

Quickies: Waiting for Reid Travis Edition

Reid Travis is expected to commit very soon. Reid Travis is on day two of his Kentucky visit, and it seems likely that if it goes well, he’ll never make it to Philadelphia for a Villanova visit. We’re simply waiting on the announcement from the top transfer on the market this year. And it’s obvious, but if he announces that he’ll make his decision without visiting the Villanova Wildcats, it bodes well for UK. Tweets of the day Knox "kicked around Miles Bridges." pic.twitter.com/wqy6LktP0I— Scott Charlton (@Scott_Charlton) June 19, 2018 #NBADraft prospect @shaiglalex...
A Sea Of Blue Jun 19, 2018
Reid Travis Update and Roundtable predictions

Reid Travis Update and Roundtable predictions

Breaking down what Reid Travis would mean to the Cats and making predictions. Reid Travis is set to begin his first visit as a graduate transfer today, and it will take place in Lexington, Kentucky. Travis has a chance to make a huge impact wherever he goes. Getting an experienced, talented and productive big man is priceless in today’s college landscape. So, it makes sense then that Travis would consider two of the top programs in the nation in the Villanova Wildcats and Kentucky Wildcats. As a graduate transfer, Travis will be immediately eligible, and as a 19.5-point, 8.7-rebound...
A Sea Of Blue Jun 18, 2018
The Raptors reportedly want to get Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

The Raptors reportedly want to get Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

The Raptors appear to be very high on Shai, but they’ve got some work to do to land him. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander may not be the first point guard taken in Thursday’s NBA Draft, but there’s no denying he has the potential to end up being the best overall guard to come out of this draft. Perhaps that’s something the Toronto Raptors believe, as they’re reportedly making a push to move up and select Shai in Thursday’s draft. Draft scuttle: Hearing Toronto is exploring all of its trade options in hopes of assembling a deal to acquire a draft pick high enough to select Kentucky's...
A Sea Of Blue Jun 17, 2018
Early Thoughts On UK’s Starting 5

Early Thoughts On UK’s Starting 5

Who hits the floor first for the Cats next season? Now that upcoming roster for next season’s is largely set—save, of course, for Reid Travis’ upcoming decision—it’s as good a time as any to start speculating on what the starting five might look like. Upcoming rotations are also ripe for discussion. Because Travis is still open in his recruitment between UK and Villanova, we’ll use the following roster as our baseline: Immanuel Quickley, 6-3 Freshman, Guard Jemarl Baker 6-4 Freshman, Guard Tyler Herro 6-5 Freshman, Guard Zan Payne 6-5 Freshman, Guard EJ Montgomery, 6-10...

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