Kentucky Eases It Way to NCAA Final Four

Kentucky Eases It Way to NCAA Final Four


Kentucky Wildcats looked impressive with their win over the Baylor Bears. The 82-70 victory really does not speak the dominance that Kentucky displayed throughout the game. The Wildcats went into the locker room at the Half leading by 20 points. The 42-22 score let the Baylor Bears know they had no chance. The one-seed Kentucky will face theLouisville Cardinals in the NCAA Final Four.

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Baylor attempted to stage a comeback; however, Kentucky was too much. Bears were led by Quincy Acy with 22 points. Pierre Jackson had 21 points to no avail. At every position, the Bears had difficult matchups. The great play of both Acy and Jackson could not overcome the defense of Kentucky. As a team Baylor shot almost 39 percent and this is one of the reasons the Bears exits the tournament.

Kentucky shot nearly 55 percent from the field. It was a great team effort led by the talented Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. Gilchrist had 19 points for the game. The sensational freshman Anthony Davis had his usual double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Kentucky has shown few weaknesses throughout March Madness and against Baylor, it was evident of their dominance. There are few teams left in the tournament that cans matchup with the Wildcats. This team is quite talented and Baylor had a firsthand lesson today.

4th seed Louisville Cardinals will attempt to derail Kentucky aspirations of claiming their first title under John Calipari. Louisville will use pressure to control the tempo of the game. They would want slow the game down because attempting to run with Kentucky would be ill-advised. It would be great game to watch as both teams will try to impose their will on the opposing team. It is March Madness at its best.