|Kentucky vs. Kansas|
|Tue., Dec. 1 – 9:30 p.m. ET
Bankers Life Fieldhouse
Game Notes: UK (PDF) | KU (PDF)
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Radio: UK Sports Network
Sometimes, it’s hard to predict how a young, inexperienced team will react in certain situations. Kentucky head coach John Calipari knows this better than anyone. And his team got an early lesson in Sunday’s game on what it can and can’t do when the game is tight at the end.
By the time Calipari and freshman Terrence Clarke met the media on Monday morning, the team had already watched the film of the Richmond game. And it was a good teaching tool for Calipari to use with his young team, especially when it comes to sharing the ball.
“We went from a very unselfish basketball team, I’ve never coached a team that had no assists in the second half,” Calipari said. “You can say we missed shots. We went on the tape and showed them all of the open passes they could have made to get other guys open for shots or threes. If there’s someone in front of you who’s not your man, that means someone’s open. We’ll work on it today.”