Cats Down Mocs 87-62

Reported by: Alex Risen

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Updated: 12/18/2011 12:31 am
Kentucky hit the hardwood for the first time since the Big Blue letdown in Bloomington versus Indiana...coming out on top with an 87-62 win over the Mocs.

Terrence Jones played just ten minutes in limited action...dislocating his finger...according to Coach Calipari.  He didn't score and had just one rebound in the outing.

Doron Lamb led the way for the Cats and led all scorers with 24 points. 

Darius Miller had 12 points as freshman forward Anthony Davis put up a double-double...14 points and 18 rebounds.  Kyle Wiltjer added nine points on the night as freshman guard Marquis Teague tallied 11 points and 8 assists.

Next up for the Cats...Samford on Tuesday at Rupp.
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