Marcus Lee's Mistake

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Updated: 11/18/2013 7:51 pm
Plenty of good Sunday night for Solid Blue fans to cheer about at Rupp Arena in Kentucky's 38-point win over Robert Morris.

But there was one thing that really stood out to Coach Cal that was not so good.

Despite good overall play by freshman forward Marcus Lee: two points, 3 rebounds, 2 blocks and an assist in ten minutes of action, Lee only started on a whim by Cal because Willie Cauley-Stein wasn't sure if he'd get the jump ball...so Cal had Lee tip-off instead.

And he won the jump, but then he did something not so good.

Cal and Lee on that in the video.

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