The Wildcats (17-0, 4-0 SEC) withstood an early second-half rally by the Crimson Tide (12-5, 2-2) before brushing off the potential challenge. The win gives Kentucky the program's third-best start.
It wasn't a laugher like Tuesday night's 86-37 win over Missouri on Tuesday night, but the bigger, deeper Wildcats easily overwhelmed an Alabama team that had won six of its last seven games.
Kentucky made 8-of-17 3-pointers, including three apiece by Tyler Ulis and Booker, who had 10 second-half points. Ulis and Dakari Johnson scored 11 points for Kentucky, while Willie Cauley-Stein had nine.
Levi Randolph led Alabama with 13 points and Rodney Cooper added 10.
Walter Cornett, of Glendale, Kentucky, is the owner and operator of Walter's Wildcat World. He founded WildcatWorld.com in 1998 making it one of the oldest Kentucky basketball fan sites in operation today.