Dogs nip Cats in overtime nailbiter

The Cats and Dogs rocked the house in the Georgia Dome today. The Wildcats made a valiant comeback of their own and missed an opportunity to ice the game when senior Sheray Thomas was nailed for a lane violation in a highly controversial call while Jodie Meeks was at the line with 5.1 seconds remaining in the game. In overtime Mississippi State prevailed, beating the Cats 84-82.
March 9, 2007

Thomas accepted his role

Senior Sheray Thomas came to Kentucky hoping to develop into a star player. Instead, he had to accept a spot as a role player — and he did that without complaining.
March 5, 2007

Honoring Thomas, Perry and Obrzut

Sheray Thomas, Bobby Perry and Lukasz Obrzut play their final games in Rupp Arena tonight at Senior Night, as the Kentucky Wildcats host the Georgia Bulldogs. KSR looks back fondly at some of the contributions the trio made over the years as we honor them tonight.
February 28, 2007

Vanderbilt stops UK's streak at eleven

Senior Sheray Thomas had one of his better games as a Wildcat, dropping in 12 points and pulling in six rebounds in 17 minutes off the bench but it wasn't enough to stop Vanderbilt.
January 20, 2007

Meeks leads 'Cats over Cards, 61-49

LOUISVILLE, Ky -- Jodie Meeks had a career-high 18 points off the bench, and Ramel Bradley added 15 as Kentucky defeated Louisville, 61-49. It was the third consecutive victory over the Cardinals.
December 16, 2006

VAUGHT: Thomas will keep playing his role

Sheray Thomas insists he didn't hear fans booing when he got ready to go into the game twice in the second half of last Saturday's win over Indiana. Maybe he did block the jeers out. Or maybe he just knew it was better to ignore the jeers and not comment on why fans booed him.
December 12, 2006

Smith has confidence after Blue-White game

Tubby Smith has been telling anyone who wants to listen that he likes this team and thinks the Wildcats are going to be better than many expect.
October 21, 2006

Criticism doesn't bother Thomas

Sheray Thomas insists he's not taken criticism of his play from fans and media members personally. He also emphasizes that criticism has not given him any extra motivation to prove critics wrong going into his final basketball season at Kentucky.
October 17, 2006