This afternoon, the Kentucky Wildcats managed to slow down Alabama’s three-point attack and pull off a 76-67 victory to move to 12-3 on the year and 3-0 in thee SEC.
After the game, three of the team’s top performers spoke to the media about their games and how the team pulled out the conference win.
First, sophomore guard Immanuel Quickley broke down his scorching-hot shooting streak, his extra time spent in the gym to perfect his shot, and why it’s starting to feel like a pick-up game with him out on the floor, among other topics.
Sophomore guard Ashton Hagans then talked about the team’s defensive effort against a three-point shooting team like Alabama, the pride the Wildcats have as a defensive team, the meaning of his “slime” hand gesture, and how he has responded following his left ankle injury.
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To close things out, sophomore forward EJ Montgomery talked about his coaches wanting him to be a “monster” and what that means exactly, how he’s progressing, and what John Calipari said to him in a recent conversation about his play.
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As an added bonus here is everything John Calipari had to say after the game: