- NBA champion (1978)
- NBA Finals MVP (1978)
- NBA Most Valuable Player (1969)
- 5× NBA All-Star (1969, 1971–1973, 1975)
- All-NBA First Team (1969)
- NBA Rookie of the Year (1969)
- NBA All-Rookie First Team (1969)
- NBA rebounding leader (1975)
- J. Walter Kennedy Citizenship Award (1975)
- NBA's 50th Anniversary All-Time Team
- No. 41 retired by Washington Wizards
- 2× Consensus first-team All-American (1967, 1968)
- 3× First-team All-MVC (1966–1968)
- No. 31 retired by Louisville Cardinals
Mark Stoops on Will Levis: "I wouldn't trade him for anybody"
With two red zone scoring opportunities in the final three minutes against Ole Miss, Kentucky came away with zero points. Two possessions, two fumbles by Will Levis in the Wildcats' crushing 22-19 loss in Oxford. He also handed two free points to...
Where Kentucky targets stand in On3's updated 2024 basketball player rankings
John Calipari has his eyes focused on plenty of the top high school juniors across the country. On Monday, our good friends over at On3 updated its 2024 basketball player rankings for the first time since early July. This time around, the rankings...
Jacquez Jones doubtful vs. South Carolina, season status uncertain
Mark Stoops revealed next to nothing regarding Jacquez Jones' injury status during his weekly Monday afternoon press conference. "He’s banged up, we’ll see," the Kentucky head coach told reporters. Put on the spot once again during his call-in...
LIVE: KSR Football Podcast recaps loss to Ole Miss, previews South Carolina
Streaming now over on KSR's YouTube channel, the KSR Football Podcast is live broadcasting this week's new episode for Week 6 of the Kentucky Football's 2022 season. Tune into the live broadcast from 7-8 PM to hear Nick Roush, Drew Franklin,...
Everything Mark Stoops said at his Monday Press Conference
Mark Stoops was more positive than you might expect after reviewing the tape of Kentucky's 22-19 loss at Ole Miss. If you missed it live, check out his Monday press conference below or keep scrolling for the complete transcript....
Chris Rodriguez gets into playing shape, Justin Rogers excels at Ole Miss
In Kentucky's loss at Ole Miss we learned more about players billed as game-changers in the preseason. Chris Rodriguez was solid in his debut, but there is still room for improvement, while Justin Rogers had one of his best performances as a...
Stoops on South Carolina, Spencer Rattler, and MarShawn Lloyd
Mark Stoops opened up his Monday press conference with brief comments about Kentucky's shortcomings at Ole Miss before saying his trademark phrase, "get back to work," to, "get ready to play a very good South Carolina team, a team that is much...
Untimely penalties were big factor in Kentucky's sloppy execution against Ole Miss
Kentucky let a win slip through their fingers on Saturday afternoon in Oxford. Most notably, Rich Scangarello's offense had numerous self-inflicted blunders. The Wildcats had the ball on three separate occasions in the fourth quarter inside the Ole...