Kentucky trying to improve its NCAA seed in wide-open SEC Tournament

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Brandon Knight - photo by Wade Payne | AP

The unpredictability of this week’s Southeastern Conference Tournament, which is set to kick off in just hours, likely won’t be as chaotic as the last time the tournament was in Atlanta.  That last time, in 2008, a tornado ravaged the Atlanta area, striking the Dome, forcing the tournament to and immortalizing the craziest – and scariest – 24 hours in conference tournament history.  What this tournament may lack in natural disasters it could make up for in excitement. Kentucky, even with the conference’s third-best record…

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