This year’s Kentucky Wildcats aren’t starting like mad men, but today it did not stop them from blowing out Georgia. After six early turnovers, the Cats flipped the switch near the 13-minute mark turning Georgia turnovers (10 before half) into transition points before blowing the Dawgs out of the gym 79-54.
Georgia cut the lead to six at one point in the second half, but without 6’3 SG Kenny Gaines the Cats attacked the weak Georgia zone off the dribble to get great midrange looks to complement Lob City. The Cats’ ball movement was possibly the best all year, balancing the scoring with four players in double figures.
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