Kentucky vs SC basketball

Kentucky vs SC basketball

Defensively, Kentucky yields 69.6 points against the opposing teams. Wenyen Gabriel leads in rebounds with 5.6 while Gilgeous-Alexander tops in assists with 4.4 per game.

Four players are averaging at least 8.4 points per game for SC, they are Chris Silva (14.2), Frank Booker (10.9), Hassani Gravett (8.4), Maik Kotsar (8.4) per game.

SC tied it at 65 with 4 minutes left in the game. The Gamecocks took a 67-65 lead on Wesley Meyers' jumper with 3:24 left to play, and the Wildcats went cold in an ill-fated counter-attack bid. No other Wildcat had more than 10 points.

This marked South Carolina's first win over Kentucky since March 2014, and the Wildcats do not get a chance to avenge the defeat during the regular season. The active Kentucky lineup pushed the pace and made the Gamecocks pay for putting them on the free throw line, going 17 of 22 in the first 20 minutes. The Wildcats were just 6 of 14 from the free throw line after the break. Kentucky vs SC tv channel is on ESPN. Kentucky missed its last eight shots from the field and did not have a field goal in the final 6:12 of the game.

Highly regarded 6-9 freshman forward Jarred Vanderbilt, who was out with a left foot injury, finally saw his first action as he came in off the bench against SC.

South Carolina's Chris Silva led all scorers with 27 points, while Frank Booker added 18 for the Gamecocks. And Vanderbilt was rusty after not playing this season. Vanderbilt finished with six points and five rebounds. The Gamecocks will continue competition against ranked teams upon facing No. 21 Tennessee on Saturday at home.



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