They didn’t rush into it with ultra premium Woodford Reserve Double Oaked Bourbon, the first new whiskey from the oldest distillery in Kentucky (founded 1797), joining their Kentucky Straight Bourbon to make a family of two in regular production. Woodford Reserve whiskey, the official bourbon of the Kentucky Derby, is hand-crafted, small batch and uniquely triple-distilled (most America whiskeys are double-distilled), in custom crafted oak barrels made in their own cooperage. [See & Read More]
Up until five minutes remaining, this game was completely out of reach for Kansas. Nobody believed the Jayhawks could win, and it seemed as if they believed it too. With high energy and stifling defense, Kentucky jumped out to an 18-point lead, living up to the hype as the most gifted squad in the nation. But 27 percent shooting from the Wildcats in the second half let Kansas creep back into the game, coming within five late. After a couple scares, some turnovers, and some made free throws, it didn't matter as Doron Lamb scored 22 points and Kentucky won its eighth National Championship and its first since 1998 by a score of 67-59. [Read More]
In case you couldn't tell, we here at Blueprint Magazine can appreciate a great unibrow. And that's exactly what University of Kentucky center Anthony Davis has. Unfortunately, that's going to work against him tomorrow when the Wildcats play their hated rivals, the Louisville Cardinals. He's probably going to hear every unibrow joke in the book from the Louisville faithful. But, you know what? [Read More]
Nike still believes in the King. Despite LeBron James' failed attempt at winning a 'ship this year, the sportswear brand has announced its plans for the Nike Lebron Line to outfit three college basketball programs. Players from Ohio State University, Kentucky, and The University of Miami (no surprise here) will be laced with gear and exclusive sneakers.
No word yet on whether the apparel will don the same LB23 logo the Ohio State Buckeyes were seen wearing during the NCAA tournament, but expect to see sick new PE colorways for the Nike LeBron 9s.
Yup, we saw this one coming. Late last month, a picture of Jay-Z posing with players of the Kentucky Wildcats surfaced the internet. Rumors quickly followed stating that David Stern might fine Jay for the meeting because the league prohibits owners/managers from meeting with potential draft picks.
Today, the NBA officially fined Mr. Carter and the New Jersey Nets $50,000. That's obviously "Baby Money" for Hov, though.
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