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Cracking The Issue With The Cats

Reported by: Alex Risen
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Updated: 12/16/2012 9:32 pm
The Kentucky Wildcats weren't exactly putting away Lipscomb early on Saturday.

UK was up 14 at the break thanks to five late points from Jarrod Polson.

So, needless to say, John Calipari wasn't happy with his team's effort in the first.

Cal's been pounding two may points for weeks now: communication and conditioning.

In the first half against the Bisons, his team wasn't talking, and that's an issue.

Check out the video to hear from Cal on what his team needs to do to crack their communication barrier, and start playing from tip-off to whistle.
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