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Kentucky-Vanderbilt By The Numbers

2.5 — Blocks per game by Nick Richards are the second-most in the SEC and ranks 24th nationally.

6 — Straight UK wins over the Commodores dating back to February of 2016. The Wildcats have won nine of the last ten vs. Vanderbilt. Kentucky leads the overall series by a hundred, 147-47.

7.3 — Assists per game by Ashton Hagans is the most in the SEC and is ranked seventh in the nation.

8 — Where Nick Richards ranks nationally in field goal percentage, knocking down 67.5% of his shots. In the SEC he trails only Texas A&M’s Josh Nebo.

17 — More points Nate Sestina needs to reach the 1,000-point career milestone.

24 — Technically 26 straight SEC losses by the Vanderbilt if you include SEC Tournament games. Their last SEC win was a 82-69 victory over Ole Miss in Oxford on March 3, 2018.

44 — Where Saben Lee ranks all-time in scoring at Vanderbilt. He eclipsed the 1,000-point threshold two weeks ago. Lee leads the team in scoring since Aaron Nesmith’s season-ending injury, averaging 15.9 ppg. on 47.2% shooting from the field.

90.9 — Immanuel Quickley’s free throw percentage is the second-best in the SEC. UK only trails Missouri, making 77.1 percent of their attempts from the charity stripe as a team.

94 — Percent win probability KenPom gives UK, calling for an 82-65 win. Vanderbilt ranks No. 183 overall in KenPom (140 in offense and 244 in defense), while the Wildcats come in at No. 25.

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Article written by Nick Roush

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