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Kentucky-UCLA postgame notes and numbers

Kentucky Basketball Postgame Notes Kentucky 83, UCLA 42 Dec. 20, 2014 United Center – Chicago Team Records, Notes Kentucky improves to 12-0 overall to start the season, while UCLA falls to 8-4. UK now leads the series 7-4. By beating UCLA by double digits, these Wildcats are now the first UK team in school history …

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Marcus Lee on playing time, UK defense, teammates and more

By LARRY VAUGHT Marcus Lee played so well against Eastern Kentucky Sunday that Willie Cauley-Stein, who was coming off his best game at Kentucky versus Texas, told coach John Calipari to let Lee play more and have some of his minutes. “That totally does put trust and comfort in your other players, knowing that I …

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Keeping 3-point streak alive important for UK players

By LARRY VAUGHT LEXINGTON — The last time Kentucky did not have a 3-point goal in a game was Nov. 26, 1988, against Seton Hall in the Great Alaska Shootout. That was long before any current Wildcat was even born and is the nation’s second longest 3-point streak at 909 behind UNLV. However, the last …

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John Calipari says he did not abandon platoon system

Did John Calipari abandon his platoon system against Texas? He did substitute differently, but he says he did not abandon platooning. “Well, what I’m doing is I’m coaching to win a game.  We platoon, someone gets in foul trouble, I’m still platooning but there’s a different guy in the platoon.  I subbed even in the …

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Karl-Anthony Towns has always thought blocking shots was a strength of his

By KEITH TAYLOR, Winchester Sun LEXINGTON — Karl-Anthony Towns just missed out on the first double-double of his career in Kentucky’s 86-28 rout of Montana State Sunday night at Rupp Arena. Towns scored eight points and grabbed a career-high 10 rebounds, including seven on the defensive end. More than his rebounds and scoring contributions, Towns …

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Pikeville coach says Devin Booker can make UK’s bigs even better

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky freshman Devin Booker thought the two-platoon system where he played with Tyler Ulis, Dakari Johnson, Marcus Lee and Trey Lyles worked well against Pikeville Sunday. “I feel like everybody played together well. The platoon system worked out well for us. Everyone got a chance out there, and I feel like everyone …

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Aaron Harrison on NBA combine, transition defense, Tyler Ulis, practices, national title and more

By HAL MORRIS, Advocate-Messenger Here’s more with Kentucky sophomore guard Aaron Harrison: Question: What did the combine UK held do for you? Harrison: “I think it helped me a lot. I think I did pretty well in it, and it was good for all of us, good for our school.” Question: Was it cool to have …

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Video of Big Blue Madness

video by Clay Jackson

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