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Malik Monk Ends the First Half with Authority



Kentucky started slow tonight, excruciatingly slow.

The Cats played most of the first half from behind.  Bam Adebayo and Malik Monk simply couldn’t will the ball into the basket.  The freshmen combined to shoot 0-11, until the last play of the half.

Isaiah Briscoe provided the spark Kentucky desperately needed.  He has 17 points, most coming at the rim, and an assist that got the Rupp Arena crowd on their feet to cap off a 13-2 run.

When the shots aren’t falling, dunking the ball is a sound alternative.

Article written by Nick Roush

"Look upon the doughnut, and not upon the hole." @RoushKSR

2 Comments for Malik Monk Ends the First Half with Authority

  1. david8577
    8:10 pm November 13, 2016 Permalink

    Fox assist.

  2. BigBlueToo
    10:18 am November 14, 2016 Permalink

    Shame, shame. Many would love to sit in those empty seats. Same ‘o’ same ‘o’ decade after decade. Same with the student seats. Been there. Seen that.