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Will Moody be an NBA Lottery Pick? Former NBA scout Jimmy Dykes weighs in

With the season over for Arkansas men’s basketball, many Razorback fans are eagerly waiting so see if star freshman, Moses Moody, will declare for the NBA draft. Will the Moody leave for the NBA? Is he still a lottery pick after the NCAA tournament? Former Arkansas coach and NBA scout, Jimmy Dykes, gives his thoughts on the situation.
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Will Moody be an NBA Lottery Pick? Former NBA scout Jimmy Dykes weighs in

With the season over for Arkansas men’s basketball, many Razorback fans are eagerly waiting so see if star freshman, Moses Moody, will declare for the NBA draft. The Little Rock native would be the first one-and-done in Arkansas history if he does leave for the pros. And Jimmy Dykes, a former NBA scout for the Seattle Supersonics, believes Moody has the attitude required for the next level.
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ESPN's Jimmy Dykes compliments Arkansas fans in Nashville

The University of Arkansas is red-hot heading into Friday's SEC Tournament quarterfinal game against Missouri and early on, the Razorbacks are getting extra help from a pro-Hog crowd. Moments after a thunderous Ethan Henderson dunk in the first half spearheaded a 16-0 run from the Razorbacks, ESPN color commentator Jimmy...
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Jimmy Dykes: What went wrong and where Calipari, Kentucky go from here

It's been a year of ups and (mostly) downs for Kentucky this season. After opening the season with an impressive 81-45 win over Morehead State, the Wildcats proceeded to lose six in a row, getting off to its worst start in nearly 100 years. UK then won three straight to open SEC play, culminating with a 76-58 win at Florida before dropping three straight. Another double-digit home win over LSU provided a momentary gasp of hope before four consecutive losses came down the pike. Kentucky sprang back to life for another 3-game win streak, including a 70-55 win at No. 19 Tennessee, its first win over a ranked opponent in perhaps its most complete performance of the year. True to form, UK has now lost back-to-back games to fall to 8-15 on the season and 7-9 in the SEC heading into Saturday's regular season finale vs. South Carolina.
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Jimmy Dykes breaks down Kentucky's struggles this year

This season hasn't gone the way that Kentucky fans, or even college basketball media predicted for the Wildcats. And during the first half of Kentucky's game against Ole Miss Tuesday night, ESPN college basketball analyst Jimmy Dykes attempted to break down what has gone wrong for a Kentucky team that entered the contest 8-14 and 7-8 in SEC play.