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- Louisville to host rival Kentucky, Michigan State
- Jeffries' dad: UK reaction to son 'unprofessional'
- 5-star forward Jeffries decommits from Kentucky
- Former UK, Celtics standout Ramsey dies at 86
Louisville will host rival Kentucky and Michigan State in the nonconference portion of Chris Mack's first season as coach.
Are Seth and Dan impressed by what they've seen from Kentucky (1:49) and Duke (13:58) so far this preseason? Plus, clarification is needed on new NCAA rules (23:43) and we hear from listeners in the student section (38:39)!
Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer
Nice job by Oklahoma City Thunder rookie and Queens (NY) native Hamidou Diallo, who hosted Hamidou Diallo Day last Friday in Queens. Guests received food and raffle prizes and youth basketball teams played games at the event.
The Wildcats received a boost from veteran grad transfer Reid Travis, who puts John Calipari's team ahead of the rest in the SEC.
The Wildcats displayed during their four-game trip the kind of depth that usually sends John Calipari's team to the Final Four.
New NCAA rules, Penny Hardaway's emergence and LeBron James were among the dominant storylines on the recruiting trail in July.
D.J. Jeffries' father says Kentucky didn't react very professionally to his son's decommitment from the school.
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