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Cats Cruise At Ole Miss 84-70

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Updated: 2/18 10:33 pm
Kentucky freshman Julius Randle had a double-double in the first half as he led the Wildcats to an easy 84-70 at Mississippi on Tuesday night.

Randle finished with 25-points, 13-rebounds, 1-steal and 1-blocked shot as Kentucky improved to 20-6 overall and 10-3 in the SEC.

Three other Wildcats scored in double-figures as Aaron Harrison had 17, James Young added 16 and Andrew Harrison finished with 10-points.

Willie Cauley-Stein came off the Kentucky bench to score 8-points, pull down 6-rebounds and he blocked 3-shots.

For the game, Kentucky shot 52.1% from the field and 90% from the free throw line where the Wildcats hit 27-of-30.

Mississippi was led in scoring by Jarvis Summers with 22.  Anthony Perez added 21 and Marshall Henderson finished with 18-points.  Henderson was 5-of-14 from beyond the arc and 5-of-17 from inside the three point line.

Kentucky is back in action at home this Saturday against LSU at 4:00 p.m. EST.
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