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KENTUCKY (14 - 3) at S CAROLINA (11 - 6)
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Tuesday, 1/16/2018 9:00 PM
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KENTUCKY - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games14-3+2.37-98-878.338.448.8%38.369.632.641.0%33.3
Road Games3-3-2.73-22-473.738.347.8%36.573.032.741.2%35.2
Last 5 Games4-1+31-31-470.633.447.0%34.069.630.843.5%33.2
Conference Games4-1+31-31-470.633.447.0%34.069.630.843.5%33.2
KENTUCKY Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)78.338.428-5748.8%5-1436.2%17-2568.2%381015186145
vs opponents surrendering70.532.825-6041.9%7-2233.3%13-1970.0%34913196133
Team Stats (Road Games)73.738.327-5647.8%5-1633.0%15-2267.4%361014186156
Stats Against (All Games)69.632.625-6141.0%8-2629.4%12-1868.0%331014206133
vs opponents averaging77.336.627-5846.3%8-2235.8%15-2172.5%37915186134
Stats Against (Road Games)73.032.726-6241.2%8-2631.6%13-1873.4%351216179123

S CAROLINA - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
 W-LUnitsW-LO-UScoreHalfFG PctReb.ScoreHalfFG PctReb.
All Games11-6-0.57-86-970.933.741.0%38.665.132.241.1%32.8
Home Games6-1+2.83-33-275.334.443.1%
Last 5 Games2-3-0.42-31-466.830.635.6%
Conference Games2-3-0.42-31-466.830.635.6%
S CAROLINA Team Statistics
 Shooting    3pt ShootingFree Throws Rebounding 
Team Stats (All Games)70.933.724-5841.0%7-2132.7%17-2567.7%391013195144
vs opponents surrendering70.832.725-5941.9%8-2234.4%14-2070.6%37913196133
Team Stats (Home Games)75.334.425-5843.1%6-1933.6%19-2964.4%40912186144
Stats Against (All Games)65.132.221-5241.1%7-2034.6%15-2268.1%33711218165
vs opponents averaging72.433.925-5743.6%8-2335.1%14-2169.0%36813186134
Stats Against (Home Games)65.132.622-5638.6%9-2435.7%13-2065.5%33712257164
Average power rating of opponents played: KENTUCKY 80.9,  S CAROLINA 74.9
KENTUCKY - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
12/16/2017VIRGINIA TECH93-86W-6W157.5O33-6848.5%331132-5558.2%3019
1/3/2018@ LSU74-71W-3T156.5U31-6150.8%351429-6544.6%3411
1/6/2018@ TENNESSEE65-76L4L148U24-5246.2%301625-5545.5%3712
1/9/2018TEXAS A&M74-73W-4.5L145O24-4355.8%281226-5250.0%2712
1/13/2018@ VANDERBILT74-67W-2W145.5U23-4353.5%351121-5538.2%307
1/16/2018@ S CAROLINA              
1/23/2018MISSISSIPPI ST              
1/27/2018@ W VIRGINIA              
2/3/2018@ MISSOURI              

S CAROLINA - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
11/27/2017@ FLA INTERNATIONAL78-61W-17T133O32-6152.5%401922-5341.5%2517
12/9/2017COASTAL CAROLINA80-78W-14.5L144O25-5545.5%311429-6346.0%3315
12/19/2017@ CLEMSON48-64L7L137U19-5435.2%311420-4643.5%3415
12/27/2017LIMESTONE74-45W - -26-6838.2%521213-5225.0%3817
12/31/2017@ OLE MISS69-74L2L148.5U22-5837.9%431420-4940.8%308
1/9/2018@ ALABAMA62-76L4.5L141U19-5335.8%281330-5158.8%3516
1/13/2018@ GEORGIA64-57W5W133U16-5927.1%46718-5135.3%4214
1/24/2018@ FLORIDA              
1/27/2018TEXAS TECH              
1/31/2018MISSISSIPPI ST              
2/3/2018@ TEXAS A&M              
2/6/2018@ ARKANSAS              
KENTUCKY: Last season: 32-6, reached NCAA Tournament South Region final.
Who's gone: G De'Aaron Fox, G Malik Monk, F Bam Adebayo (all NBA lottery picks); G Isaiah Briscoe, F Derek Willis, G Dominique Hawkins, G Mychal Mulder, F Isaac Humphries.
Who's back: F Wenyen Gabriel. The 6-foot-9 sophomore started 23 of 38 games before his minutes dwindled in the postseason but returns as the Wildcats' top scorer (4.6 points) and rebounder (4.8); Fs Sacha Killeya-Jones and Tai Wynyard, both 6-10, look for bigger roles this season.
Who's new: G Hamidou Diallo. The mid-year enrollee who dressed but didn't play flirted with entering the NBA Draft before deciding to return and get actual minutes. Calipari offset some of the departures with his usual crop of high school All-Americans: G Quade Green (6-0) and Fs Jarred Vanderbilt (6-9), Nick Richards (6-11), Kevin Knox (6-9) and P.J. Washington (6-7). Gs Jemarl Baker and Shai Gilgeous-Alexander were top-100 players as well.
The Skinny: The Wildcats' latest roster turnover has left Calipari with perhaps his youngest group since arriving in Lexington eight years ago. With no veteran upperclassmen, Gabriel, Wynyard and Killeya-Jones must provide leadership while competing with the newcomers for minutes. Calipari's immediate task is finding a floor general like John Wall and Tyler Ulis, but his history has shown things often work out. Having so much high-level talent is a problem any coach would love to have, though Calipari warns it might be ugly early on.
S CAROLINA: Last season: 26-11, first Final Four appearance.
Who's gone: G Sindarius Thorwell (senior), G Duane Notice (senior), G Justin McKie (senior), G P.J. Dozier (left for NBA draft after sophomore season), G Rakym Felder (dismissed after second arrest on assault charges in less than year).
Who's back: F Chris Silva. The junior was a big part of the Final Four run, scoring in double figures in all five tournament games including a career-high 17 points in a win over Duke in the second round. F Maik Kotsar. The 6-foot-10 forward played 37 games as a freshman and added 15 pounds (up to 260) to better compete down low in the SEC.
Who's new: G Kory Holden. A junior who transferred from Delaware and averaged 17.7 points a game his final year with the Blue Hens. He sat out last season due to NCAA rules. G Frank Booker. A graduate transfer who spent his first two seasons at Oklahoma and last year at Florida Atlantic before coming to the Gamecocks. G David Beatty. A 6-2 freshman who has impressed coaches with his quick pickup of the defense.
The Skinny: Frank Martin signed a contract extension in the offseason instead of bailing at the first true sign of success. That says the sixth-year coach is looking at the long haul with the Gamecocks and believes the program can get further than just the Final Four.
Kentucky faces stiff test on road vs. Gamecocks

COLUMBIA, S.C. -- Kentucky will be looking to conclude a daunting, but successful early Southeastern Conference schedule when it plays its fourth road game in five outings Tuesday at South Carolina. The Wildcats are 2-1 so far.

More impressive, Kentucky (14-3, 4-1 SEC) has been doing it lately with only seven scholarship players. Point guard Quade Green has missed the last two games with a lower back injury, forward Tai Wynyard has missed three straight with the flu. They join freshmen Jarred Vanderbilt and Jemarl Baker, who have yet to play because of preseason injuries.

In Saturday's 74-67 win at Vanderbilt, coach John Calipari used seven players. Guards Shai Gilgeous-Alexander and Hamidou Diallo played 39 minutes each, forward PJ Washington played 38.

"These guys should be happy," Calipari said. "They got tired. ... But you ask these guys, 'Would you rather play half a game or play every minute?' What do you think they're going to say? 'I'll be good. I'll play every minute.'"

Calipari, who used only six players most of the time when his UMass team reached the 1996 Final Four, had strong support.

"In 2010 when John Wooden was still alive, I called him and said, 'Will you watch my team? We're not an execution team. Do you have any ideas?'" Calipari said. "Coach Wooden said, 'you play too many guys.' He said, 'I know why you do because kids will transfer.' But we played five guys and they earned their space. I'd play a sixth guy if I needed to. They earned it in practice.'"

On Monday, there was still no official word on whether Green or Wynyard would play at South Carolina. Fans have been awaiting the debut of Vanderbilt, who has been practicing but has yet to play in a game.

Kentucky is formidable with four active players averaging in double figures. Freshman Kevin Knox is tops at 14.2 points per game.

Kentucky averages 78.3 points while shooting 48.8 percent, including 36.2 from 3-point range.

South Carolina (11-6, 2-3 SEC) is led by junior forward Chris Silva, who averages 14.2 points. Grad student guard Frank Booker checks in at 10.9.

The Gamecocks average 70.9 points, while shooting 41 percent and 32.7 from 3-point range.

"They are going to try to rough us up," Kentucky associate head coach Kenny Payne said Monday. "They are very physical."

Kentucky and South Carolina have two common opponents in SEC play. The Wildcats won at Vanderbilt 74-67 and defeated Georgia 66-61 in Lexington. Georgia defeated Vanderbilt 71-60 at home and topped Georgia 64-57 at Athens in its last outing Saturday.

Don't expect the Gamecocks to rest on their laurels. Coach Frank Martin won't let that happen.

"There are some times we win and I come in and I'm wound up because we didn't play the game the right way," Martin told seccountry.com. "I don't come in and I'm happy because we won. It's about doing things the right way."

Doing things the right way for Martin is playing hard and smart on every possession. And not getting too confident, despite a good road win at Georgia, and remaining grounded against teams like Kentucky.

"Every kid that plays high school basketball, I don't care what anyone tells you, they dream of playing for one of those blue-blood schools or they dream of playing against those blue-blood schools. It is what it is," Martin said. "I'm sure the guys on our team are going to be overly excited about it, like when we played Temple up in Madison Square Garden. We had some guys just get caught up in the moment."

Last Updated: 7/6/2020 9:05:25 AM EST

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