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Date Time League Season
February 25, 1987 12:00 am NCAA 1986-87

Results

Team1st Half2nd Half1st OT2nd OTFinal ScoreOutcome
Georgia334679Win
Kentucky323971Loss

Georgia

# Player MIN FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OR DR PF AST TO BLK STL PTS
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Kentucky

# Player MIN FGM FGA 3PM 3PA FTM FTA OR DR PF AST TO BLK STL PTS
42Richard Madison3034001425010007
44Robert Lock17450033234011011
3Rex Chapman315151500104520111
10James Blackmon3035230014103028
15Ed Davender326121223211210115
4Derrick Miller15594500003001014
14Paul Andrews1200000000100000
30Irving Thomas1013000000202012
55Cedric Jenkins2314001232200103
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 Total2002857815712121618893571
MIN
200
200
FGM
29
28
FGA
47
57
3PM
0
8
3PA
0
15
FTM
21
7
FTA
26
12
OR
8
12
DR
16
16
PF
12
18
AST
14
8
TO
8
9
BLK
4
3
STL
4
5
PTS
79
71

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