UK Standouts To Enter NBA Draft

by Rick Howlett on April 17, 2012

Six members of the University of Kentucky national championship basketball team, including five underclassmen, will enter the NBA draft in June.     

Freshmen Anthony Davis, Marquis Teague and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and sophomores Doron Lamb and Terrence Jones announced tonight that they will forego their college eligibility and enter the draft, along with senior Darius Miller.

Davis (pictured) is projected to be the top pick in the June 28 draft.

The six players led Kentucky this month to its eighth national championship and its first NCAA title since 1998.

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After 30 Years, Miller’s Latest NBA Attempt Could Be His Last

by Chris McDaniel July 12, 2011

As the NBA lockout nears the two week mark, players, managers and owners are no longer in talks about their franchises. For over thirty years, Louisville attorney J. Bruce Miller has been in talks to bring an NBA franchise to the city. But his latest attempt will most likely be his last. Bruce Miller’s law office […]

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Miller Says Foreign Investors Are Interested In NBA Team

by Gabe Bullard December 17, 2010

On Thursday night, the Metro Council approved an additional 29 thousand dollars for the search. The money is on top of 60 thousand dollars already given to the Kentucky State Fair Board, which has paid attorney Bruce Miller to find a team to play in a renovated Freedom Hall.

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Council To Vote On NBA Search Funds This Week

by Gabe Bullard December 12, 2010

The Metro Council could decide this week to spend an additional 22 thousand dollars to attract a professional basketball team to Louisville.

Councilman Dan Johnson led the efforts to put 60 thousand dollars from the current city budget toward the NBA search.

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