Kentucky Wildcats Basketball

The Kentucky Wildcats men's basketball team, representing the University of Kentucky, is the winningest program in the history of college basketball, both in all-time wins and all-time winning percentage. Kentucky's all-time record currently stands at 2023-638-1 (.760). Kentucky also leads all schools in total NCAA tournament appearances with 50, is second in NCAA tournament wins with 101, and ranks second to UCLA in NCAA championships with 7. In addition to these titles, Kentucky also has won the National Invitation Tournament in both 1946 and 1976. The Wildcats have played in a record 50 NCAA tournaments, in a record 146 NCAA tournament games, have an NCAA record 41 Sweet-16 appearances, and an NCAA record 32 Elite-8 appearances. Further, Kentucky has played in 13 Final Fours (tied for 4th place with Kansas), and has 10 NCAA championship game appearances (tied for second place with Duke), winning 7 NCAA championships (second only to UCLA). The Wildcats play their home games in Rupp Arena, a facility named for their former coach, Adolph Rupp. The arena's official capacity is 23,500, and the team consistently ranks first in the nation in home game attendance. The team's huge fan...

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