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No point guards, no problem for Kentucky in win over Alabama

Knowing his team would have to do more with less meant  needed to take his offense up a notch, at the very least.

That urgency resulted in a career day for the guard, with his perimeter shooting providing a big spark for the No. 4 Wildcats.

Grady made seven 3s for a season-high 25 points,  added 21 points with 14 rebounds and Kentucky rallied twice to top No. 25 90-81 on Saturday.

Short-handed because of injuries to starting guards TyTy Washington Jr. and Sahvir Wheeler, the Wildcats (22-5, 11-3 Southeastern Conference) trailed 46-34 with 3 1/2 minutes remaining before halftime before closing with 13 straight points for their first lead.

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