3,2,1 is my post game wrap up. It is pretty simple; 3 numbers, 2 quotes and 1 take away from the game. New York City, New York – Kentucky defeated Monmouth 93-76 in front of a crowd of 10,438 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, New York. 11.1% – Kevin Knox shooting percentage against Monmouth. That is a bad number but Calipari seemed like he would use it as a teaching tool going forward, “It’s good for the soul to go 1-9.” He then brought up Knox going to the basket more.
3,2,1 is my post game wrap up. It is pretty simple; 3 numbers, 2 quotes and 1 take away from the game. Kentucky defeated Harvard 79-70 to move to 7-1 on the season. Nick Richards once again had a solid game going for 9 points and 7 rebounds. He also had two awesome dunks over Harvard defenders. This game however Sacha Killeya-Jones also had a good game. The sophomore went for 9 points and 2 rebounds. That is two quality big men and against Harvard Calipari played the two together.
In the First HalfIn the Second HalfQ: John, you’d said a couple times this week about don’t get carried away with how things are going. Was this an example of that today of there’s going to be issues at this stage? JOHN CALIPARI: The issue with this team – and it’s just going to take time and I’ve got to demand it – if you demand a lot, you get a lot. If you accept mediocrity, you’re going to get it every time, especially with young kids.
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