Former Wildcats in the NBA: 4/26 Edition

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Apr 25, 2012; Cleveland, OH, USA; Washington Wizards point guard John Wall (2) passes through the lane against the Cleveland Cavaliers in the first quarter at Quicken Loans Arena. Mandatory Credit: David Richard-US PRESSWIRE

The regular season is coming to an end, therefore it is time to bid many of our former Wildcats adieu. Unfortunately,there is only one more night to enjoy the likes of John Wall, DeMarcus Cousins and Patrick Patterson.

But don’t be completely heartbroken. There are still plenty of ‘Cats to follow in the playoffs and I took it upon myself to preview those players and their teams for you in a stunning post (you’re welcome).

Next season we will have a brand new crop of Wildcat pros to cover thanks to John Calipari and the Kentucky Effect. But for now, enjoy some of these last highlights.

John Wall: Wizards Point Guard (19-46)- If Wall had been on a playoff team he may have had a chance at an All-Star spot. But the Wizards stunk again and will be in contention for Anthony Davis in the lottery. Wall had a dandy of a night. He scored 21 points, had 13 assists, seven steals and seven rebounds in a near quadruple double. The future is bright for this young star.

Danile Orton: Wizards Center (37-28)- Orton and the Magic are limping into the playoffs but that didn’t stop them from beating the woeful Bobcats. Orton played 22 minutes, scored eight points and grabbed five rebounds.

DeAndre Liggins: Wizards Guard (37-28)- DNP Coaches Decision

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