Joel Justus’ departure will hurt Kentucky, but the difficult trade-off could be worthwhile

When Kentucky basketball’s historically poor season came to a close with a 9-16 final record and no NCAA Tournament appearance, head coach John Calipari promised to “evaluate everything” within the program. He wasn’t satisfied and hinted that changes were coming.

“We’ve got to evaluate everything,” he said during his call-in radio show following the team’s season-ending loss to Mississippi State in the SEC Tournament. “You can’t do it emotionally, got to do it thoughtfully. Got to bring out lots of different opinions, talk to different people I respect. At the end of the day, we know this is Kentucky and

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Dozens Of Kentucky Communities Receive Funding For Community Recreation Projects

  Gov. Andy Beshear’s Office in a release Monday announced 41 recreation projects throughout the commonwealth will receive federal funding for renovations and upgrades, totaling $4.3 million from the Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF). 


Some communities receiving funding in western Kentucky include Benton, Drakesboro, Hopkinsville, Kuttawa, Murray/Calloway County, and Nortonville, as well as Carlisle, Christian, Livingston, Todd, and Trigg counties. Gifts will be allocated to parks in these communities in amounts ranging from $12,995 to the largest grant of $250,000.


Benton, Kentucky will use $12,995 to construct two new pavilions at H. H. Lovett Park. Additionally, Todd County received $250,000

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Kentucky basketball: Johnny Juzang reveals why he transferred

Johnny Juzang was just the type of player that Kentucky needed.

Class of 2019 recruit was a shooter that seemed ready for a multi-year college career. He played in nearly every game during his freshmen season, averaging just over 12 minutes per game. It was obvious that John Calipari had high expectations for Juzang, but he was also quick to put him on the bench when he made a mistake.

After his freshmen campaign, Juzang entered the transfer portal. He said he was homesick, and he would not be the first Wildcat from the West Coast to finish his career

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