3 — Consecutive games Kevin Knox has scored 20 points or more. Kentucky is 7-2 when Knox scores at least 20 (the two losses were to Kansas and South Carolina).
4.3 — Florida’s turnover margin is the best in the SEC. They also rank second in assist-to-turnover ratio (1.3) and third in steals per game (7).
5 — UK players have scored in double digits in four consecutive games.
6.1 — Assists Chris Chiozza dishes out a game. He leads the SEC and only needs one more to break the Florida school record in his final home game. Shai Gilgeous-Alexander is fourth in the SEC with 4.9 assists per game.
8 — Rebounds Jarred Vanderbilt grabs per game, the fourth-best in the SEC. John Calipari said Vando had a bad game against Ole Miss, yet he still had 11 rebounds.
12 — Points Dontay Basset scored against Auburn, a career-high. The Florida big man suffered a concussion the following game and will not be available today, leaving Florida’s thin frontcourt another man down.
18.5 — Points KeVaughn Allen has averaged through the Gators’ last two wins. He only had 26 total points during Florida’s three-game losing streak. If Allen isn’t scoring, it’s hard for Florida to win.
22 — The Cats lost by 22 points to Florida last year in Gainesville. The ugly loss was Florida’s largest margin of victory in the series’ history.
25 — The number Keith Stone wears. Unfortunately, the Florida Gator does not resemble the light beer spokesman.
29.3 — What UK opponents are shooting behind the three-point line. Kentucky has the nation’s No. 2 three-point defense. It must be at its best to stop the SEC’s third-best three-point shooting team that has hit just under 40 percent of their threes in the last two games.