June 28, 2012 - 10:00am
The NBA draft is set to kick off pretty soon; so I think a little bit of analysis on the past and present is in order.
Were just a few hours out from this year’s NBA draft which is set for tonight, which means that the local sports community has been a buzz about this year’s championship Kentucky team. It’s the contention of many locals that Wildcats will dominate this year’s draft...
June 18, 2012 - 10:00am
Rick Wilson is a legend in the history of University of Louisville basketball and for good reason.
Darrell Griffith “Dr. Dunkenstein” is often looked at as the greatest college player to come out of Louisville in the late ‘70’s- ‘80’s, if that’s the case, than right behind him is his teammate and Card cohort Rick Wilson.Their natural friendship and...
June 12, 2012 - 10:00am
Wesley Cox had a stellar career at Male and the University of Louisville before making it to the pros, this is his story.
In 1977 the University of Louisville men’s basketball team was on an upswing; a swing that would lead to two NCAA championships during the 1980’s.One of the reasons for the Cards late 70’s success was small forward Wesley Cox. A stand out at his alma mater, Male, it became very...
May 29, 2012 - 10:00am
In a lot of ways sports science in the area goes back to one man; that man's story is today's sports legends of the ville segment.
The Kentucky Athletic Hall of Fame typically doesn’t induct sports trainers and similar professionals, however in the case of Louisville native Jerry May it was no question that his impact to the local sports community needed to be honored.
May 15, 2012 - 10:00am
Hugh Durham's legacy is won that has remained steady in college basketball- and that's all for good reason.
Former University of Kentucky coach Adolph Rupp won four national championships, former University of North Carolina coach Dean Smith won two- one of which starred Michael Jordan, former UCLA coach John Wooden won ten- so, what do these three men have in common? They’re all hall of fame...