Team Stats

  • Field Goal %

    • UK 50.0
    • 46.0 WIS
  • Three Point %

    • UK 40.0
    • 40.0 WIS
  • Turnovers

    • UK 4
    • 8 WIS
  • Rebounds

    • UK 32
    • 27 WIS

Game Information

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Coverage: TBS
AT&T Stadium
  • Arlington, Texas
  • Line: UK -1.0
Attendance: 79,444
Referees: Mike Stuart, Terry Wymer, Pat Adams
4/6/2014 Associated Press

Harrison does it again: Kentucky off to final

Aaron Harrison hit a 3-pointer with 5.7 seconds left, after taking a pass from his twin brother Andrew, and Kentucky beat Wisconsin 74-73 on Saturday night to advance to the national championship game.

TBS12T
Kentucky363874
Wisconsin403373

Game Flow

UK
WIS
0:00 - 2nd Half

UK

74

WIS

73

End of Game

Shot Chart

  • Julius Randle missed Jumper.
  • Aaron Harrison made Layup.
  • James Young made Layup.
  • Aaron Harrison missed Jumper.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Layup.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Jumper.
  • Aaron Harrison made Jumper.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Dakari Johnson made Two Point Tip Shot.
  • Julius Randle made Jumper.
  • Julius Randle missed Jumper.
  • Dakari Johnson made Two Point Tip Shot.
  • Marcus Lee made Dunk. Assisted by Aaron Harrison.
  • James Young missed Jumper.
  • Aaron Harrison missed Layup.
  • Julius Randle made Layup.
  • Julius Randle made Layup.
  • Jarrod Polson missed Jumper.
  • Julius Randle made Jumper.
  • James Young made Layup.
  • Dakari Johnson missed Two Point Tip Shot.
  • James Young missed Jumper.
  • Alex Poythress made Two Point Tip Shot.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Jumper.
  • James Young missed Jumper.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Jumper.
  • Dakari Johnson made Two Point Tip Shot.
  • Julius Randle made Layup.
  • Alex Poythress made Dunk. Assisted by Andrew Harrison.
  • James Young missed Layup.
  • Alex Poythress made Layup. Assisted by Andrew Harrison.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Jumper.
  • Andrew Harrison missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Aaron Harrison made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Andrew Harrison.
  • Traevon Jackson missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Josh Gasser made Layup.
  • Traevon Jackson missed Jumper.
  • Bronson Koenig made Layup.
  • Bronson Koenig made Jumper.
  • Nigel Hayes missed Jumper.
  • Bronson Koenig missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Ben Brust made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Duje Dukan.
  • Ben Brust missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Josh Gasser missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Josh Gasser missed Layup.
  • Bronson Koenig made Layup.
  • Frank Kaminsky made Layup. Assisted by Josh Gasser.
  • Sam Dekker made Layup. Assisted by Bronson Koenig.
  • Bronson Koenig made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Josh Gasser.
  • Bronson Koenig missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Bronson Koenig missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Duje Dukan missed Jumper.
  • Bronson Koenig missed Jumper.
  • Sam Dekker made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Traevon Jackson.
  • Frank Kaminsky missed Jumper.
  • Ben Brust missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Kaminsky missed Layup.
  • Duje Dukan made Two Point Tip Shot.
  • Duje Dukan made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Traevon Jackson.
  • Frank Kaminsky missed Jumper.
  • Ben Brust made Three Point Jumper. Assisted by Duje Dukan.
  • Traevon Jackson made Layup. Assisted by Nigel Hayes.
  • Nigel Hayes made Layup.
  • Traevon Jackson made Jumper.
  • Frank Kaminsky made Layup.
  • Traevon Jackson made Layup.
  • Frank Kaminsky made Jumper.
  • Traevon Jackson missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Sam Dekker missed Three Point Jumper.
  • Frank Kaminsky made Layup.

Research Notes

  • 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

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