June 16, 2011 - 10:00am
Later this month, the NBA will hold it's annual draft and several notables locally have entered this field.
On the heels of the NBA playoffs, the sports world’s attention is now set on basketball, specifically the upcoming NBA draft which is set for a June twenty-third date. But, who are the local prospects for professional hoops?Kentucky has four athletes going into the draft this year,...
June 14, 2011 - 10:00am
Kentucky's 1996 Men's basketball team contained nine future NBA stars, among the standouts of the stars though: Derek Anderson- and that's who are sports legend of the Ville highlight is today.
In 1996 the men’s basketball coaching staff at the University of Kentucky assembled one of the greatest teams in the storied history of that program, there was a total of nine NBA destined athletes on that team and among the all-stars was Louisville native Derek Anderson.
September 5, 2011 - 9:31pm
Today Sports Legends of the Ville looks at a coach that's been a part of several hall of fame caliber football teams including the only NFL team to reach "the perfect season."
It’s been speculated that the current American pastime is football, overtaking baseball, which has seen dwindling TV ratings ever since the player’s strike all those years ago. If that’s true that surely hall of fame coach Howard Schnellenberger is a sports legend of the...
May 18, 2011 - 10:00am
For our next sports legend of the Ville we're taking a look back at the last Kentucky team to win an NCAA championship, featuring the talents of Louisville's Scott Padgett.
In the mid-90’s under the tutelage of Rick Pitino the Kentucky Wildcats basketball team seemed to be returning to their former glory. And in 1998, the work seemed to be coming to a head, led by Nazr Mohammad, Jamaal Magloire and Louisville’s Scott Padgett, and it’s the later that’s today’s...
May 25, 2011 - 2:07am
The NBA final four has kicked off, and although pro-basketball is a bit of a sore subject in the city of Louisville there is local connections to the two series that will lead to the championship games.
Without question the men’s college basketball final four is bigger than the NBA’s, maybe it has something to do with the fact that the only guys that are millionaires in college basketball are the coaches.There is something great about watching NBA games in which each team scores...