Cats Achilles' Heel

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 11/14/2013 7:15 pm
The basketball Cats officially have four national letters of intent in house for 2014.  For Coach Cal's comments on each of the four guys who signed this week for next year, click here.

This year's Cats showed a major flaw against top talent in Michigan State on Tuesday night...poor transition defense.

On several occasions, Kentucky just didn't get back.

A lack of effort or speed, or both, the root cause of giving up easy buckets after lazy passes or sloppy execution on offense led to free points for the Spartans.

Another problem Cal hopes doesn't turn into a plague this season, much like missing free throws.

Hear from Cal on the lazy defense in the video.

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