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Washington Wizards star John Wall out indefinitely with injury

John Wall (2012 photo by Keith Allison via wikipedia commons)

Every NBA team has one player that they can’t play without.

Take the Washington Wizards.

The one player they can ill-afford to lose for any length of time is point guard John Wall.

The 24-year-old, 2-time All-Star is out indefinitely as his team is in a 1-1 dogfight with the Atlanta Hawks in the NBA’s other Eastern Conference semifinal matchup.

Wall has five nondisplaced fractures in his left wrist and hand.

The University of Kentucky product was hurt in Game 1 against the Hawks.

Game 3 is on Sunday at Washington and head coach Randy Wittman says the team is prepared to go ahead without Wall.

Washington misses much without the 6’4, 195-pounder. Wall is known for his blazing speed and explosive athleticism. Along with his ability to get to the rim using his speed, Wall also has a tremendous ability to pass the ball.

2013 Clark Kellogg Tip-Off Classic Game 1: Cincinnati Summit Country Day 46 Columbus Africentric 44

Summit Country Country Day   10 15 8 13—46

Columbus Africentric                       14    8 12 10-44


(courtesy CSCDHS)

Summit Country Day Silver Knights

Evan Davis 18 points

Antonio Woods 16 points

7-12 Free Throws

6 Turnovers




*The Silver Knights head coach is former University of Kentucky basketball player Michael Bradley.

*2013 is the 50th anniversary of the school.

*It is a Roman Catholic private college prep school.

*Tuition ranges from $3,600 to $18,200.

*Won an OHSAA men’s basketball title in 2012.

*From Cincinnati, Ohio.

*Plays in the Miami Conference with Clark Montessori, Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy, North College Hill, Lockland, Cincinnati Christian, Cincinnati Country Day, Seven Hills, St. Bernard-Elmwood Place and New Miami.

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Africentric Early College Nubians

Jaquan Harrison 15 points

Ulmer Manzie 15 points

6-18 Free Throws

7 Turnovers


*The Nubians are the defending City League South Division champions

*The City South Division is Eastmoor Academy, Walnut Ridge, Marion-Franklin, Independence, West, Briggs and South.

*Located in Columbus, Ohio near German Village near downtown.

*Head coach is Michael Bates, whose younger brother, Jason Bates is the head coach at rival school Walnut Ridge.

*School has students from Kindergarden through Grade 12.

*Will be getting a brand new high school in the future.


Cochran wins Champions Tour Charity Classic in Iowa

Russ Cochran (courtesy PGA Champions Tour)

University of Kentucky product Russ Cochran closed out the Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa with a 5-under-par 67 to win his fourth tournament on the Champions Tour.

Cochran finished the tournament with an 11-under 205 total and beat Jay Don Blake by one-stroke.

The Paducah, Kentucky native has a total of nine professional wins.

Michael Waltrip to use Kentucky Wildcats scheme on his #55 Toyota for Sprint Cup race at KY

Michael Waltrip (center) with UK AD Mitch Barnhart (left) and Wildcats mascot at unveling of UK scheme car (photo courtesy of Russ Walker)

Michael Waltrip eventhough he is always on the road racing cars, he has not forgotten his love for his native Kentucky.

The native of Owensboro and two-time Daytona 500 winner unveiled a car honoring his favorite college sports team.

Waltrip was at Kentucky Speedway, site of tonight’s (Saturday, June 30, 2012) NASCAR Sprint Cup, Quaker State 400 race, to unveil a new paint scheme on the Michael Waltrip Racing #55 Toyota which pays tribute to the University of Kentucky national champion basketball team.

Waltrip has raced in 767 NASCAR Sprint Cup Races covering 28 years. He has 4 wins, 129 top 10 finishes and has captured 4 poles.


Info compiled from Michael Waltrip Racing, NASCAR Sprint Cup, Radio & TV news

UK gives Calipari contract extension


John Calipari (file photo)

The University of Kentucky gave head coach John Calipari a two-year contract extension that makes his pact worth $36.5 million and will keep him with the Wildcats through 2019, when he turns 60.

Calipari is now guaranteed $3.8 million for the next eight seasons.

His first two years at UK have been very successful with a record of 64-12.


compiled from Radio, TV & Kentucky athletics

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