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Turnover, Rebounds, Defense How Did UK Lose

Photo by Victoria Graff By LARRY VAUGHT Not long after Kentucky lost 81-78 at South Carolina Wednesday night sophomore point guard Ashton Hagans knew where to place the blame. “Let my teammates down tonight!#bounceback,” Hagans posted on Twitter. Hagans had 13 points because he was 9-for-11 from the field line. However, he was just

Historic Game for Kentucky Alum

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander, a breakout star on Kentucky’s 2017-2018 roster, posted a historic 20-20-10 triple-double against the Minnesota Timberwolves on Monday, Jan. 15. The young guard led the Thunder to a 117-104 victory.   Gilgeous-Alexander was a four-star recruit in the class of 2017. He was ranked 31st in his class and fought for playing time at Kentucky

Buzzer-beater Ends Wildcat’s Four Game Win Streak

Kentucky lost 81 to 78 in a last second heart breaker against South Carolina. Jermaine   Couisnard capped off his career high 26-point night with a three-point buzzer-beater from well behind the line.  Coach Calipari knew this game would be a difficult one well before tip-off. After this win the Gamecocks have won two straight against the Wildcats in Columbia and three of the last five games.   “He talked

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