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Photo Gallery: Kentucky’s win over UT Arlington 92-44

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Kentucky-Arlington postgame notes and numbers

UT Arlington at Kentucky, Men’s Basketball Rupp Arena, Lexington, Ky. Nov. 25, 2014 FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 92, UT Arlington 44 Kentucky is 6-0 and UT Arlington is 3-2. Kentucky leads the series 2-0. Kentucky is 184-27 all-time when ranked No. 1 and has won 24 of the last 26 games as The Associated Press top-ranked …

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Devin Booker knows how difficult Kentucky defense can be

By LARRY VAUGHT LEXINGTON — Devin Booker didn’t feel sorry for Montana State players Sunday when they had trouble getting the ball to midcourt against Kentucky’s press. After all, he’s had to try to do the same thing in practice against teammate Willie Cauley-Stein and others. “I mean it’s tough. They’re long, but, like I …

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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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Check out these Kentucky basketball tidbits/fast facts

By LARRY VAUGHT To get you set for today’s Kentucky game, here are few tidbits/facts provided by UK’s Eric Lindsey in the pregame notes. — Through four games, 39.7 percent of UK’s points have come on dunks/layups, 21.8 percent on 3-pointers, 18.3 percent on jump shots and 18.3 percent on free throws. — If UK players …

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Calipari finds flaws in play but notes that 24-point win means UK “not bad”

By LARRY VAUGHT Even though he expected a letdown after his team’s 32-point win over Kansas Tuesday, Kentucky coach John Calipari was upset with his team’s first-half play against Boston Friday night. “We didn’t fight in the first half. We should have been able to throw it and post the ball like we did in …

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Kentucky-Boston postgame notes and numbers

KENTUCKY POSTGAME NOTES Boston at No. 1 Kentucky Rupp Arena — Lexington, Ky. Nov. 21, 2014 FINAL SCORE: Kentucky 89, Boston 65 Attendance: 22,485 Team Records and Series Notes With the win, Kentucky improves to 4-0, and with the loss Boston University drops to 1-2. The Wildcats own a 4-0 all-time record against Boston, with …

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Enjoy a few Willie-isms on various subjects

By LARRY VAUGHT Junior Willie Cauley-Stein is never shy with answers or opinions. Just consider: Would you rather guard a point guard or center? “Probably a point guard. It would be easier. Way easier than guarding somebody the same size as you. You could play off Tyler (Ulis) and still be there when he shoots. …

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