UK Beats Transy In Exhibition Game 76-42

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Updated: 11/01/2013 11:53 pm
The Kentucky Wildcats kicked-off their short basketball exhibition season Friday night at Rupp Arena.

The Cats took on neighboring Transylvania.

Before the game, Brian Lane's club continued a tradition.

The team literally walked the four blocks from campus to the game.

Once inside, the pre-season number one team in America led by eleven at the half.

UK then began the second half with a 13-0 run, and went on to win by 34.

The final score was 76-42.

Kentucky's Julius Randle led all scorers, turning in a double-double with 16-points and 12-rebounds.

He was the only Cat in double figures.

Next up for Kentucky is exhibition game number two against Montevallo.

It happens Monday at 7:00 p.m. in Rupp Arena.

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