Terrence Jones didn’t spend his summer chilling with friends all of the time. He didn’t see intense off-season workouts as an optional way to spend his free time. The offseason was all about getting better, about improving to the point where he could be the guy who was going to lead the University of Kentucky to complete the job it failed to get done last April in Houston. Jones still remembers 56-55. It was the score of the Wildcats’ national semifinal loss to eventual national champion Connecticut at Reliant Stadium.