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2004-2005 Kentucky Basketball Schedule

Final Record: Won: 28; Lost: 6
SEC Conference Record: Won: 14; Lost: 2

91 - 73
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Northern Kentucky

Game Notes: Exhibition
79 - 54
Riverfront Coliseum

Kentucky vs Kentucky Wesleyan

Game Notes: Exhibition
77 - 46
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Coppin State

53 - 73
Rupp Arena

Ball State vs Kentucky

77 - 59
Dean Smith Center

Kentucky vs Georgia State

92 - 63
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Tennessee Tech

91 - 78
Freedom Hall

North Carolina vs Kentucky

71 - 40
Freedom Hall

Kentucky vs Morehead

58 - 73
Rupp Arena

Indiana vs Kentucky

58 - 60
Rupp Arena

Louisville vs Kentucky

92 - 47
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs William & Mary

82 - 50
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Campbell

79 - 75
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs South Carolina

59 - 65
Stegeman Coliseum

Kentucky vs Kansas

69 - 54
Tad Smith Coliseum

Kentucky vs Vanderbilt

55 - 76
Rupp Arena

Georgia vs Kentucky

50 - 53
Thompson–Boling Arena

Mississippi vs Kentucky

89 - 58
Bud Walton Arena

Kentucky vs Louisiana State

62 - 84
Memorial Gymnasium

Tennessee vs Kentucky

67 - 68
Rupp Arena

Arkansas vs Kentucky

70 - 84
Rupp Arena

Vanderbilt vs Kentucky

69 - 66
Colonial Center

Kentucky vs Florida

60 - 51
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Georgia

73 - 61
Rupp Arena

South Carolina vs Kentucky

94 - 78
Coleman Coliseum

Kentucky vs Mississippi State

81 - 73
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Auburn

71 - 78
O'Connell Center

Alabama vs Kentucky

73 - 61
Rupp Arena

Kentucky vs Tennessee

53 - 52
Georgia Dome

Florida vs Kentucky

76 - 62
Georgia Dome

SEC Tournament Second Round

79 - 78
Georgia Dome

SEC Tournament Semi-Finals

53 - 70
Georgia Dome

SEC Tournament Finals

72 - 64
RCA Dome

NCAA Austin Regional First Round

69 - 60
RCA Dome

NCAA Austin Regional Second Round

62 - 52
Frank Erwin Center

NCAA Austin Regional Semi-Finals

88 - 94
Frank Erwin Center

NCAA Austin Regional Finals

On This Day In UK Basketball History

On June 24, 2010, Kentucky had five players drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft. John Wall became the first Wildcat ever named the overall No. 1 pick when he was selected by the Washington Wizards.  DeMarcus Cousins was selected fifth by the Sacramento Kings, Patrick Patterson went 14th to the Houston Rockets, Eric Bledsoe went 18th to the Oklahoma City Thunder and Daniel Orton was picked 29th by the Orlando Magic.

 

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