No matter what era, the Cleveland Cavaliers seldom looked better.
Kentucky and Kansas University are considered equals, the elite of the elite, in men's college basketball. That's why it's somewhat surprising that in head-to-head matchups, Kentucky, which ranks first in all-time victories (1,886), thoroughly has dominated Kansas (1,835) throughout history.
Exactly 313 months ago today, Kansas University suffered arguably the most excruciating defeat in its storied men's basketball history. The date was Dec. 9, 1978. The site was Rupp Arena. The score was Kentucky 67, Kansas 66.
A former AAU teammate of Drew Gooden, Kentucky's Chuck Hayes once had his heart set on playing basketball for Kansas University.
Coming into its game against Kansas State, the Kansas University women's basketball squad had endured six straight losses to the Wildcats.
Baron Davis scrambled for a long rebound to notch his first triple-double in more than two seasons, then waved his arms to the delight of a victory-starved crowd that had been standing throughout the entire overtime period.
The Kansas University's men's basketball team defeated the Kentucky Wildcats, 65-59, Sunday at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky. -- the first ever win for KU at the University of Kentucky. Freshmen C.J. Giles and Sasha Kaun led the team to the victory.
In a game appropriate for two of the winningest men's basketball programs in NCAA history, the Kansas Jayhawks defeated the Kentucky Wildcats, 65-59, Sunday at Rupp Arena in Lexington, Ky.
Kirk Hinrich spread his game to all corners of the floor, shooting and passing and running the Chicago Bulls' offense that featured an added flavor Saturday night.
Jason Kidd couldn't put the New Jersey Nets over the top after leading a frantic fourth-quarter comeback.
The Dallas Mavericks were waiting to find out whether their recent offensive roll was for real. Even after playing the Indiana Pacers, they're still waiting.