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Kentucky Blows 14-Point Lead, Falls To South Carolina At The Buzzer

Kentucky’s four-game winning streak came to an end Wednesday night in South Carolina. The 10th-ranked Wildcats suffered their first Southeastern Conference loss of the season with an 81-78 setback to South Carolina in Columbia. It was the first league victory of the season for the Gamecocks (9-7, 1-2), who rallied from

Maxey Expecting ‘Fun’ But Tough Encounter Against Gamecocks

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Tyrese Maxey is looking forward to his first visit to South Carolina. “It should be fun,” Maxey said Tuesday. “The veterans said that it’s going to be a hard place to play , said they’re going to be very competitive, very physical, and I just can’t wait for

UK Guard Quickley Has No Regrets Coming Back For A Second Season

LEXINGTON, Ky. —Immanuel Quickley has no regrets coming back for his sophomore season. “I’ve said that multiple times, I’m so glad I came back,” he said. “Even at the start of the season coming back into my sophomore year, not even basketball-wise, but it’s great because now I really know where

Quick Strike: Quickley’s Late Heroics Help Wildcats Sink Crimson Tide

Immanuel Quickley scored 19 points to lead Kentucky to a 76-67 win over Alabama Saturday afternoon at Rupp Arena. (Victoria Graff) NO. 14 KENTUCKY 76, ALABAMA 67 LEXINGTON, Ky.— Kentucky reached a milestone and remained unbeaten in the Southeastern Conference Saturday. The No. 14 Wildcats scored six unanswered points in the final

Cats Use Big Second Half To Hand Georgia First Home Loss Of Season

Kentucky survived its first true road game of the year and handed Georgia its first home loss of the season in Athens Tuesday night. The 14th-ranked Wildcats (11-3, 2-0 Southeastern Conference) notched their third consecutive victory with a 78-69 win over the gritty Bulldogs. Georgia won its first eight games at

Hagans listed Day-To-Day As UK Preps For Road Trip To Georgia

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Ashton Hagans is returning to his home state, but it’s not known whether he will even play when No. 14 Kentucky takes on Georgia Tuesday night. Hagans suffered an apparent low ankle sprain in the Wildcats’ 71-59 win over Missouri last weekend in the team’s Southeastern Conference opener.

Quickley Getting Comfortable, Giving Wildcats A Big Lift From Long Range

LEXINGTON, Ky. — Immanuel Quickley is comfortable shooting 3-pointers in transition and it showed in Kentucky’s 71-59 win over Missouri Saturday at Rupp Arena. “I’m very comfortable (shooting 3-pointers in transition),” said Quickley, who made four shots from long range in the team’s Southeastern Conference opener against the Tigers. “(Transition 3-pointers)