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2005-2006 Kentucky Basketball Roster

#PlayerClassHometown (Last School)HtWt
1Brandon StocktonSRGlasgow, KY (High)5'9"167
2Ravi MossSRHopkinsville, KY (University Heights)6'2"190
3Ramel BradleyRamel BradleySRNew York, NY (Park West)6'2"176
4Rajon RondoRajon RondoSOLouisville, KY (Eastern)6'1"171
10Lukasz ObrzutSRGliwice, PO (Bridgton (Maine) Academy)7'1"265
12Preston LeMasterSRParis, KY (Bourbon County)6'2"188
13Bobby PerrySRDurham, NC (Hillside)6'8"215
21Shagari AlleyneShagari AlleyneJRNew York, NY (Rice)7'3"271
22Patrick SparksSRCentral City, KY (Muhlenberg North)6'0"180
23Sheray ThomasSRMontreal, QB (Riverdale Baptist, Marlboro MD)6'8"236
25Adam WilliamsFRSt. Albans, WV (High)6'4"190
32Joe CrawfordSRDetroit, MI (Renaissance)6'5"211
33Randolph MorrisRandolph MorrisJRPalmetto, GA (Landmark Christian)6'11"259
42Rekalin SimsSOVallejo, CA (De La Salle)6'8"200
43Jared CarterSRGeorgetown, KY (Scott County)7'2"277

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On December 5, 1953, Cliff Hagan scored 51 points against Temple.


On December 5, 1953, Cawood Ledford broadcasts his first game as the radio “Voice of the Wildcats.”


On December 5, 2009, freshman John Wall bounced back from a bout with dehydration and a queasy encounter with an IV drip to finish with 16 points -- including the clinching free throws with 4.3 seconds left -- seven assists, five rebounds and three steals to lift the Wildcats to a 68-66 victory over the North Carolina Tar Heels.  This was the first signature win of Calipari's tenure and proved his rebuilding job was well ahead of schedule.


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