Tuesday, March 29, 2011

UK/UofL Recruit Smack Talk: News and Notes

Right now a UofL fan arguing that their team is superior to Kentucky's is like the Catholic Church arguing to Galileo that the earth does not revolve around the sun. It's a dumb argument so don't try getting into it. Jody Demling observed Chane Behanan, a Louisville recruit, talking smack to Marquis Teague, former Louisville recruit/current Kentucky recruit, and Anthony Davis, current Kentucky recruit, at the McDonald's All American game. Here is what Demling's Twitter reported: Behanan to Teague: "Who got you that Championship...Rick Pitino" Davis to Behanan: "You lost to Morehead State." Behanan: "You got me there." See what I mean? On to the news:

  • The Cats are playing UConn in Houston on Saturday night in the Final Four in case you didn't know.

  • John Calipari told Jim Rome that he really did almost kick Jorts off of the team for Twitter-Gate. He also said that he felt good about his team until he saw that his team was the fourth four. The road was tough but the kids kept them afloat.

  • Brandon Knight got his rounds on the radio in today as well. He did a spot on Dan Patrick's radio show. Listen to Knight here. He represents the Blue just as well as Patrick Patterson did.

  • Demarcus Smith is in some trouble. Monster Mash told us earlier that he wants out of his NLI at UCF. Head coach George O'Leary pretty much stated that it will be a cold day in hell when that happens. Right now Smith looks like he will be sitting out a full season if he transfers. Dumb, dumb, dumb, dumb.

  • In more recruit news, Kyle Wiltjer won the three point contest at the McDonald's All American game. Imagine a 6-10 player that can post up and then lure a slower big man out and drain jumpers? Wow.

  • Louisville recruit Wayne Blackshear separated his shoulder during practice at the McDonald's All American game. Let's hope he recovers fast.

  • This is a little late but Brandon Knight was named MVP of the Region on Sunday. Can we say, DUH???

Check out Wiltjer draining some threes:

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