Field Goal %
- UK 50.0
- 46.0 WIS
Three Point %
- UK 40.0
- 40.0 WIS
- UK 4
- 8 WIS
- UK 32
- 27 WIS
- Arlington, Texas
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End of Game
Kentucky is the first team in NCAA Tournament history to win 4 consecutive games by 5 points or fewer within a single tournament.
Kentucky has won its five games in the 2014 NCAA Tournament by a combined margin of 18 points, the narrowest margin by any team entering the title game since the field expanded in 1985.
Kentucky's freshmen have combined for 320 points in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the second-most by any group of first-year players since freshman eligibility was adopted in 1973.
Kentucky's freshmen scored 66 points tonight, the most by any group of first-year players in a Final Four game.
Here is the futures odds progression of Connecticut and Kentucky leading to the National Championship game on Monday night...
Kentucky scored 21 points in the 13 possessions in which Julius Randle had a paint touch, while shooting 8-of-12 from the field.
Kentucky outscored Wisconsin by 22 points in the paint. The Wildcats have attempted 74% of their field goals in the paint in each of their last two games, only two other teams have had a higher percentage in the last five Men's Basketball Championship.
Before the tournament started, here were the odds on Kentucky and Connecticut to win the National Championship according to LVH (Las Vegas Superbook):Kentucky 40-1Connecticut 100-1For reference sake, here were the odds on Florida and Wisconsin, who lost tonight, to win the National Championship before the tournament began:Florida 4-1Wisconsin 20-1
T.J. Ford is joined by his former college coach Rick Barnes after he graduates from the University of Texas 15 years after he arrived on campus.
Florida center John Egbunu is returning for his final year of eligibility, a major boost for a team that made the Elite Eight last season.
Package deals happen in college basketball. A lot. Some think it's fair to do whatever is necessary to get the high-level recruit. Others say it's foul. One thing is for sure: It's not stopping.