Using its length as its weapon and the game plan as an anchor, the nation’s No. 1 defensive team (in terms of field-goal percentage) shut down Florida’s high-scoring attack and cruised past the No. 8/7 Gators with another dominating win Tuesday night, a 78-58 rout. The Cats held Florida to 34.9 percent shooting and 6 for 27 from the 3-point line to win their 16 straight game and 49th consecutive at home in front of 24,389 fans at Rupp Arena.
During John Calipari’s month-long attempt to get his team tougher – which, by the way, looks to have worked – he said there was only one way teams would beat his team if it learned to execute and played to its potential. Calipari, of course, was talking about the 3-point shot. In that case, if […]
Harrison notched 22 points and a career-high seven rebounds in the win over Eastern Michigan and a career-high four assists Sunday night at the Barclays Center against Providence.