Kentucky Wildcats
NO NAME POS HT WT CLASS HOMETOWN
00 Marcus Lee F 6-9 220 SO Antioch, CA
1 Devin Booker G 6-6 206 FR Grand Rapids, MI
2 Aaron Harrison G 6-6 212 SO Richmond, TX
3 Tyler Ulis G 5-9 155 FR Lima, OH
5 Andrew Harrison G 6-6 210 SO Richmond, TX
12 Karl-Anthony Towns F 6-11 250 FR Piscataway, NJ
13 Sam Malone G 5-11 185 SR Scituate, MA
15 Willie Cauley-Stein F 7-0 240 JR Olathe, KS
21 Tod Lanter G 6-2 190 SR Lexington, KY
22 Alex Poythress F 6-8 238 JR Clarksville, TN
24 EJ Floreal G 6-4 200 SO Palo Alto, CA
25 Dominique Hawkins G 6-0 195 SO Richmond, KY
32 Brian Long G 5-9 155 SR Dumont, NJ
35 Derek Willis F 6-9 216 SO Mount Washington, KY
41 Trey Lyles F 6-10 235 FR Indianapolis, IN
44 Dakari Johnson C 7-0 255 SO Brooklyn, NY
Coaches and Staff
John Calipari – Head Coach
Kenny Payne – Associate Head Coach
John Robic – Assistant Coach
Barry Rohrssen – Assistant Coach
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Strength Coach: Robert Harris (Kentucky State, `09)

Athletic Trainer: Chris Simmons (Memphis, `02)

Assoc. AD/ Basketball Operations: Chris Woolard (UCLA, `97)

Special Asst. to the Head Coach: Tony Barbee (UMass ’93)

Pronunciation Guide:

Cauley-STEIN (STINE)
EJ FLOREAL (FLO-RE-AL)
DOMINIQUE Hawkins (DOM-A-NEEK)
DAKARI Johnson (DA-CAR-EE)
Alex POYTHRESS (POY-THRESS)
John CALIPARI (CAL-A-PEAR-EE)

1 COMMENT

  1. The game between Kentucky and Notre Dame was the highest rated college basketball game on cable of all-time. The Wildcats, once trailing by nine points in the first half and eight early in the second, were poised to close out another opponent in the final minutes, this time in the Final Four.

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