UPDATE: Episode 12 is now available below!
Enjoy the first season of “This is Kentucky Basketball.” The first season covers the 2009-2010 Elite Eight team and features such players as John Wall, Demarcus Cousins, Eric Bledsoe, and Patrick Patterson. We currently do not have access to episode 12, but we do have the rest of the season. These are worth watching if you’ve never seen them before as the videos offer highlights of UK’s games, interviews with current and past players, coaching tips, and lots lots more.
S01E12 (The missing episode) gets flagged and taken down on YouTube because YouTube’s system thinks it’s WWE content. Thanks to bWo, here is the episode from a different streaming service below.
“This is Kentucky Basketball” is Coach John Calipari’s coaches show. The show offers Kentucky fans an inside glimpse into the life of the players and coaches. Fans also get to see players host the shows, highlights of games synced up to the Tom Leach & Mike Pratt radio broadcasts, behind the scenes of the pre-game and post game locker room messages from the coaches and assistant coaches, player interviews, and lots more. Most of the player interviews include some random/silly questions that help to draw out the personalities of the players.
Each season of This is Kentucky Basketball begins in December and goes until March/April–depending on how far the team makes it in the tournament.
The replays are hosted on YouTube and should work across all platforms and operating systems. The videos have been tested on Windows using Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, iOS using Safari, and Android using Mozilla Firefox — and they work just fine on all of them. If you come across a browser they don’t work on, please comment and let us know.
Archiving the Basketball Games
Do you want to download and archive the games for later/offline viewing? No problem. Follow these easy steps.
1. Right-click the title text of the game you want to download (the text just underneath the thumbnail) then left-click the option to copy the URL. In Chrome and Firefox this option is called “Copy link address” and “Copy link location” respectively. Internet Explorer will say something along the lines of “Copy Shortcut.”
2. Navigate to the KeepVid website. Once the site has loaded, paste the URL you copied from step 1 into their text box and then hit the “DOWNLOAD” button. Note: you’ll need Java installed to use this site, and you will be prompted to install it if Java isn’t on your machine.
3. You should get a prompting to allow Java to run. Allow it. Now you will be at a page that provides you with multiple download options. Click on your preferred resolution and file format and the file will start downloading to your PC.
Once finished downloading, the file should open in your favorite media player, but if you have issues getting it to play, I recommend trying these players in this order: VLC Media Player, Media Player Classic Home Cinema (MPC-HC), and Windows Media Player.