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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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Trey Lyles on UCLA players, United Center, Tyler Ulis

Turns out that Kentucky freshman Trey Lyles knows a bit about UCLA, Kentucky’s opponent on Saturday afternoon in Chicago. Here’s part of what he had to say before Friday’s practice. On if he knows any of the guys for UCLA … “I played against a couple of them, Kevon Looney, the main one I played …

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Should John Calipari be worried about 3-point shooting

By LARRY VAUGHT In the last four games, Kentucky has missed 41 of 49 3-point shots the last four games. Twice in that span the Cats got late in the second half before finally making a 3-point shot. Yet after his team went 2-for-17 from 3-point range against Columbia Wednesday, UK coach John Calipari said he …

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Tom Lyles will sing national anthem at UK women’s game on Friday

By LARRY VAUGHT Freshman Trey Lyles has a special reason for going to watch the Kentucky women play Middle Tennessee Friday night at Memorial Coliseum. His father, Tom, will be singing the national anthem. He’s an accomplished singer and recently released a song named “BBN” that he says is dedicated to the “best fan base …

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Despite problems, John Calipari still “happy” with his team

By LARRY VAUGHT Not only did Kentucky coach John Calipari question his team’s energy against Columbia Wednesday, but he also thought Columbia was tougher inside than his team in the first half. What could that mean Saturday when a much more potent team, North Carolina, comes to Rupp Arena? “We just got to keep our …

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Trey Lyles has not forgot his high school roots

By LARRY VAUGHT The night before Kentucky played No. 6 Texas, freshman Trey Lyles called his high school coach, Jason Delaney. However, it was not for any words of wisdom or advice. “He called to wish me happy birthday,” said the Arsenal Tech (Ind.) coach after his team played in the Marshall County Hoop Fest. …

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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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How have Kentucky’s freshmen changed?

By LARRY VAUGHT Kentucky sophomore guard Andrew Harrison was asked Thursday how UK freshmen Trey Lyles, Tyler Ulis, Devin Booker and Karl-Anthony Towns have changed so far this season? “Everyone’s getting better, understanding the game better, understanding how hard you have to play. That’s something I have to learn as well. I mean, of course …

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