Field Goal %
- UK 53.4
- 47.4 MICH
Three Point %
- UK 63.6
- 38.9 MICH
- UK 12
- 8 MICH
- UK 35
- 24 MICH
- Indianapolis, Indiana 46225
- Line: EVEN
0:00 - 2nd Half
End of Game
In 32 minutes Sunday, Julius Randle had 16 points and 11 rebounds for his Division I-leading 24th double-double. Kentucky outscored Michigan by a game-high 13 points with him on the court, including by 12 in the paint.
Michigan scored 25 points outside the paint Sunday, its fewest in 11 tournament games the last three seasons. The Wolverines entered the game averaging a tournament-high 39.3 points per game (min. two games) outside the paint.
Julius Randle joins Gene Banks as the only freshmen in NCAA Tournament history with double-doubles in each of their first four games.
Kentucky is the fifth 8 seed to make the Final Four since the tournament expanded in 1985.
Kentucky advances to its 16th Final Four, third-most in NCAA Tournament history.
Kentucky's freshmen have scored 254 points this tournament, the second-highest total through the Elite 8 by any group of freshmen.
Kentucky is the fifth team to beat three Top-4 seeds en route to the Final Four since the tournament expanded in 1985.
Kentucky reached the Final Four after winning its four games by just 17 points, tied for the fourth-narrowest combined margin by a Final Four team.
Julius Randle now has 24 double-doubles this season, the 2nd-most by any freshman in Division I history.
Nigel Hayes used ESPN's College GameDay visit as an opportunity to highlight income disparity between college athletes and the institutions for which they play.
SEC Nation's Laura Rutledge joins Rick Barnes and the Tennessee men's basketball team to see how the Vols practice last second drills.
Rawle Alkins takes the Arizona court for the very first time to slam down this huge dunk with a little help from coach Sean Miller.