Kentucky Basketball: Biggest Changes Wildcats Will Undergo Next Season

Perhaps no team in college basketball is more prepared for heavy turnover than Kentucky.
The Wildcats will see plenty of change heading into next season thanks to a long list of departed stars. Tyler Ulis, Jamal Murray and Skal Labissiere declared for the NBA draft, while Marcus Lee and Charles Matthews chose to transfer. Adding now-graduated Alex Poythress, there are six members of the rotation that will no longer be around.
However, this is also the team that saw seven players declare for the NBA draft the year before.
Between one-and-done players and other men always looking for better opportunities, head coach John Calipari often has to deal with starting from scratch when the new year begins.
While the team will obviously be prepared for the challenges, here is a look at some of the biggest changes the program will have to deal with starting in November.Begin Slideshow

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