D'Angelo Russell and Terry Rozier were taken in the first round of the NBA Draft on Thursday night, while Montrezl Harrell surprisingly fell to the second round.
But can Bourbon Street handle him?
Teddy Football is about to be rich
The NBA Draft commenced last Thursday, and was filled with suprises and area athletes.
As the new WNBA drafts adjust to the pros, the NBA is prepping for their summer draft. And, in both leagues they are looking locally.
After the Superbowl the next event that the NFL starts looking towards is the Draft; and in the draft this year is several standouts from area colleges.
The National Constitution Center recently announced that Louisville’s own Muhammad Ali will be the recipient of the 2012 Liberty Medal.
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.
Believe it or not we're only about a month away from the NFL draft, so what does that mean for area athletes?
Later this month, the NBA will hold it's annual draft and several notables locally have entered this field.
The MLB's draft kicked off last night and several local talents will be heading to the majors.
A throwback to the counterculture movement is to be found in the rock musical Hair, set to open this weekend at Clarksville Little Theatre.
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