UK Hoops Wins SEC Opener, 85-63 Over Alabama

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Updated: 1/02 5:34 pm
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (AP) - Jennifer O'Neill had 17 points to help No. 6 Kentucky beat Alabama 85-63 on Thursday in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams.
 
      Azia Bishop added 16 points and eight rebounds for Kentucky (13-1), Kastine Evans had 15 points, and
 
      Samarie Walker finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.
 
      Shafontaye Myers led Alabama (7-7) with 20 points, and Daisha Simmons had 12.
 
      Kentucky raced to a 30-16 lead, Alabama cut it 34-29, and Kentucky finished the half on a 16-9 run.

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