Connect with us

Kentucky Basketball

Doron Lamb: Not a Culture Shock at UK

You would think Lexington would be a culture shock for someone from New York City.  Not Doron Lamb, who played  his high school basketball at Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson Virginia.  Population 1,600.  “Back in Oak Hill there was nothing else to do except play basketball and go to school.  There were no stores, no people.  You see the same people everyday,” said Lamb.

Read full article here.

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On December 10, 1951, Bob Burrow collected 34 rebounds against Temple for the most rebounds ever in a single game by a Kentucky player.


On December 10, 1977, as top-ranked UK is defeating Kansas on “Adolph Rupp Night” in Allen Field House on Naismith Drive in Lawrence, Kansas, Rupp dies. Thousands would participate in the funeral procession in Lexington.


On December 10, 2011, Indiana's Christian Watford hits a 3-pointer at the buzzer in Assembly Hall to stun No. 1 Kentucky.  It's only the second time Indiana had beaten a top-ranked team at Assembly Hall.


More in Kentucky Basketball