Boston, Brooks Lead Kentucky Past LSU

There was a point late in the first half of Kentucky’s game vs. when the bad habits that have plagued the Wildcats for much of the season tried to resurface.
Enjoying the best two-game stretch of his career,  Jr. was on a fast-break opportunity with  and elected to try to score it himself by avoiding contact with Javonte Smart and flipping the ball up and under the defender.
He missed it, and  went, as he described it, “crazy.”
“You’re not going back to that guy,” Calipari said. “That guy has left the building. You’re going to be the guy that we keep training you to be. That’s who you are.”

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