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Davis' Bizarre Arm
Growth Under Investigation
may be at the center of investigation into bizarre arm lengthening
charges. The NCAA Infractions Committee has announced a
preliminary inquiry into suspicion that the
University of Kentucky has been providing at least one
of the players in the basketball program with a special
derivative of equine stem-cell proteins. The University of Kentucky
has long been the clear leader
in this field of research. It appears that currently,
if true, this would not be a violation of any existing NCAA rule.
Speculation has arisen
regarding the incredible (and obvious) increase in the length of the arms
of NCAA Player of the Year candidate, Anthony Davis. On arrival to campus in
the summer of 2011, the freshman measured in with a 7' 6" wing-span.
The UK basketball
operations office would not comment officially about the shocking increase in the length of the star
center's arms. However, an unnamed official close to the
team said Wednesday, "We are not in the practice of
measuring our student-athletes in the course of the
season. They have enough to worry about in preparation
for their efforts on the court and in the classroom.
Besides, the growth patterns of Anthony, everyone knows,
is unprecedented. Furthermore, we have been assured that
there is currently no NCAA regulation specifically
regarding limb enhancement - only performance
Davis famously experienced an amazing
8" growth spurt between his junior and senior years of
high school. Recent photo
comparisons have shown that his reach may have increased
by as much as 10" to 12" since his college
The question came up at
today's presser to Coach John Calipari. "There are
many of advantages
in playing at this university. This is a
players-first university. We provide our players
with every legal advantage to assist them in achieving
their goals in life. Look, let me ask you, Jerry. Would
Anthony Davis benefit from longer arms? Of course."
The Infractions Committee
is looking at the situation to determine if rules on the
matter need to be set in place. "This is just
another one of those cases of
science outpacing sports at this point," said NCAA
spokesman Fred Switzer.
NCAA Basketball Rules
Committee Considering Super Time Out
One of the more controversial rules being
considered is the implementation of the
"Super Time Out" for the 2012-2013 season. The rule would allow
a time out which immediately stops action regardless of a break in play. The "STO" cannot be used in the last 2 minutes of a game. This will
normally be called by the defensive team. The team with
possession will then be able to resume play inbounding the
ball at any point of their choosing on the floor. The STO will
be counted as a regular time out and is not as an additional
one. The coach or players on the floor can call this time out.
The discussed signal would be the traditional T hand sign -
but high over the head.
|Gillispie Recruit Still Committed to be a Wildcat
It may come as a surprise to many Wildcat
fans but Trevor Lemming, the only remaining recruit
signed by former Kentucky Coach Billy Gillispie, is still set
to join the Cats in the class of 2014. Trevor lives with his
mother Dorothy and little brother Ike in their modest
Chatsworth, California home. Trevor hasn't played
organized ball in two years, but hopes to make his high school
team next year. He is currently employed as a "rat
the Chatsworth Public Works Department (a job that
stemmed from a work-release program). Weighing in at
just 110 pounds, his co-workers say he is a fearless
worker. We are attempting to interview the young man
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