Boxscore and Game Notes: Kentucky vs. Washington

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— Kentucky improves to 4-0 on the season. Washington drops its first game, falling to 3-1.

is 2-0 all-time against Washington.

— The Wildcats are now 23-10 against schools comprising the Pac 10.

— Kentucky will be in action again Wednesday against UConn in the EA Sports Maui Invitational championship game. Tip-off is scheduled for 10:00 p.m. ET with the game being televised on ESPN.

Team game notes

— The Wildcats used the starting combination of Darius Miller, Terrence Jones, Brandon Knight, and Josh Harrellson for the fourth straight game. Kentucky is 4-0 with that starting five.

— Terrence Jones jumped center and won the opening tip for Kentucky.

was the first sub off the bench for Kentucky. It was Lamb’s third time this season to be the first Wildcat off the bench.

— Kentucky extended its streak of game with a three-pointer to 753 games, the third longest streak in the country.

— After fallowing behind 6-2, Kentucky went on an 18-0 run to take a 20-6 lead. ’s 18 consecutive points is the longest run of the year for the Cats.

went on a field goal drought of 7:51 in the middle of the first half. The Cats scored a field goal at the 10:42 mark and then didn’t connect from the field again until Terrence Jones scored in the paint with 2:51 on the clock.

— The Wildcats trailed 35-34 heading into halftime, the first time this season has not led going into the locker room.

— After Washington went 17-of-26 from 3-point range in its previous Maui Invitational game, the defense held the Huskies to 3-of-13 from behind the arc.

— The Wildcats had two players (Harrellson 14, Jones 17) pull down double-digit rebounds for the second time this season.

— Kentucky is 8-2 vs. ranked teams under head coach and 5-1 against top 15 teams.
Individual game notes


— Played a personal high eight minutes

#3 Terrence Jones

— Posted third double-double this season.
— Recorded career high 17 rebounds and has 30 in the tournament.
— Grabbed double-digit rebounds for the third time this season.
— Blocked four shots, giving him eight in the tournament.
— Played career high 36 minutes.


— Scored 12 first-half points, the third time in four games he has gone for double-figures in the first frame.
— Finished with a game-high and career-high 24 points .

#34 DeAndre Liggins

— Tied his career high with three steals.

#55 Josh Harrellson

— Pulled down eight rebounds, including four on the offensive end in the first half.
— Finished with a career high 14 rebounds, including seven on the offensive end. Averaging over nine rebounds in last three games.
— Attempted and connected on his first 3-pointer this season.
— Played career high 34 minutes.