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More About Kentucky Wildcats Basketball
UK Basketball Tickets Information
First Season: 1903
Arena: Rupp Arena
NCAA Tournament Championships: 8 (1948, 1949, 1951, 1958, 1978, 1996, 1998, 2012)
Notable Players: Andrew Harrison, Willie Cauley-Stein, Karl-Anthony Towns
The Kentucky Wildcats are one of the most storied schools in NCAA basketball history. The team has eight NCAA Tournament Championships (10 if you count the pre-tournament days), 12 total NCAA Tournament Finals appearances, 16 Final Fours and countless SEC honors. The Wildcats are coming off a run to the Finals last season, but look even more loaded headed into 2014. Head coach John Calipari brought in another amazing recruiting class, headlined by 6’11” Karl-Anthony Towns. He also was able to get twins Andrew and Aaron Harrison to return to school, in addition to big man Willie Cauley-Stein and wing Alex Poythress. Kentucky is deep at every position and will boast one of the largest and most imposing front courts in the country. It’s looking good for Ashley Judd and the rest of the Wildcat faithful. Make sure to get your UK Basketball tickets this season for what should be a fantastic year.
UK Basketball Schedule 2014
John Calipari routinely schedules some of the most difficult schedules in the country to prepare his teams for the rigors of the NCAA Tournament. This season is no different as Kentucky will play some of the best teams in the country over the course of their non-conference schedule and within the SEC. The Wildcats have dates with UCLA, Kansas, Texas and a home tilt with North Carolina in addition to conference games against the likes of Florida, Tennessee and Missouri. Rupp Arena is going to be packed every night with crazed students and fans all there to support the Wildcats. Check out the entire 2014 UK Basketball schedule and get your Wildcats tickets to see the action live!
Marquee Home Games
December 5 vs. Texas Longhorns
December 13 vs. North Carolina
March 7 vs. Florida Gators