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Kentucky beats Duke 74-63, restores world order

© Dennis Wierzbicki

© Dennis Wierzbicki

© Dennis Wierzbicki

Well, that was awesome. Behind strong guard play and an explosive performance by Marcus Lee, Kentucky beat Duke 74-63 in game one of the Champions Classic. The first ten minutes or so were ugly, but the last thirty more than made up for it.

Tyler Ulis led the way for the Cats with 18 points and six assists, followed by Jamal Murray with 16 points and five assists. Isaiah Briscoe and Marcus Lee chipped in 12 and 10 points, respectively.

More to come all night…right, Jamal?

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2 Comments for Kentucky beats Duke 74-63, restores world order



  1. bbn4LIFE
    9:51 pm November 17, 2015 Permalink

    Wasn’t even close. Didn’t see that coming.



    • Long Dong Silver
      9:55 pm November 17, 2015 Permalink

      I didn’t anticipate that either. I thought it would be very close. Wow. And with Skal not doing much