Tag: Anthony Davis

  • Kentucky Wildcats Aim to Set New NBA First Round Draft Record

    Anthony Davis, believe it or not, is going to the NBA. You were surprised too, right? He isn’t the only Kentucky Wildcat to be entering the NBA draft. He’s joined by Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, Marquis Teague, Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb, the entire starting lineup of the 2012 College Basketball national champions, entering the 2012 NBA draft.

  • What NBA Team Would Be the Best Fit For Anthony Davis?

    Anthony Davis will be the number one draft pick in 2012. Unless something unpredictable happens – Deciding not to join the NBA or actually not being the #1 pick. Already some have predicted that his ability to turn a team around will be nothing short of magical, worth 50 wins, no matter where he gets to play.

  • Recent Final Four Most Outstanding Player Winners and Their NBA Careers

    Anthony Davis won every possible indvidiaul award as the 2011-2012 College Basketball season concluded, including the 2012 Final Four Most Outstanding player, the MVP of the weekend. Unlike most of the guys who have won the award in recent years, Davis should go number one in the draft, the first MOP winner to go numero uno since Danny Manning in 1988.

  • Lamb Too Much To Handle – Kentucky Win First National Championship Since 1998

    John Calipari won his first national title after three unsuccessful previous trips to the final four, leading Kentucky to their first title since 1998, despite the best player in 2011-2012, Anthony Davis, scoring only one field goal against a fighting Kansas Jayhawks team, that just didn’t have enough to keep up with the speed and talent of the Wildcats.

  • Anthony Davis & Kentucky One Win Away From Glory

    Anthony Davis had to be great all night long, while the future NBA players around him had trouble dominating for long stretches. The Freshman led Kentucky to a 69-61 win over Louisville in the opening game of the Final Four, making it to the national finals for the first time since 1998, which was the last time the title went to the Big Blue nation.

  • Anthony Davis Becomes Kentucky’s First AP Player of the Year

    Anthony Davis has made quite an impact during his Freshman year with the Kentucky Wildcats. Becoming the school’s first player to win the AP College Basketball Player of the Year award might be a distraction, but it certainly never hurts to pick up prestigious awards.

  • The 2012 College Basketball Consensus All-Americans

    Anthony Davis was meant to be an All-American and national player of the year from the moment he signed on to play for Kentucky. He’s not the only big name and not the only future NBA (potential) star on that team in my opinion, but he’s certainly the most impressive talent and the most consistent in Calipari’s group.