The "Baron of Basketball," Adolph Rupp coached his son Herky from 1959-1962. Herky was a forward who didn't see a lot of playing time despite being the coach's son. He played in 14 games over those three seasons, and scored a total of 11 points during that time.
Adolph Rupp, 1976 -- 2004ua046_17688_009
Herky Rupp, circa 1959 -- 2004ua046_2020_002
Eddie Sutton's son Sean joined the team just two years after Sutton became coach. Sean played for two years before transferring to Oklahoma State after his father resigned as coach at UK. Sean went on to follow in his father's coaching footsteps, as did his brother Scott.
Eddie Sutton, circa 1988 -- 2009ua017_02_035
Sean Sutton, circa 1988 -- 2007ua023_325_006_05
Tubby Smith's sons G.G. and Saul both played college basketball, but only Saul played at UK. Saul played his entire college career at Kentucky, from 1997-2001. Saul is currently assistant coach at the University of Minnesota, where his father, Tubby, is head coach. Son G.G. (who played for Georgia) is now assistant coach at Loyola.
Tubby Smith (left) -- 2007ua023_127_039
Saul Smith, 1997 -- 1997 Men's Basketball Media Guide
Father and son players have been rarer than coach and player, but there are at least two fathers who have passed down the UK basketball genes to their sons. Allen Feldhaus was a forward-center at UK from 1959-1962, playing a total of 72 games with 299 total points. Twenty-five years later, his son Deron played as a forward in 124 games with a total of 1232 points.
Allen Feldhaus -- 2007ua023_156_080a
Deron Feldhaus -- 2007ua023_079_006_05
Joe and Joey Holland are another father and son team. Joe Sr. played forward from 1945-1948, playing in 105 games with 504 total points. Son Joey was a guard from 1974-1976, playing in 17 games with 14 total points.
Joe Holland -- 2006ua056_01_111
Joey Holland -- 2007ua023_228_018_02