Why Would Wiltjer Play Less?

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Updated: 11/15/2012 8:05 pm
Why John Calipari says sharp-shooter Kyle Wiltjer could be spending more time on the bench.

LEXINGTON, Ky. - John Calipari said Kyle Wiltjer won't play as much if Wiltjer can not do a better job of finding shots. Wiltjer took five shots against Duke and scored five points after taking nine shots and leading Kentucky with 19 points in its win over Maryland.

Calipari said part of the lack of attempts against the Blue Devils was due to Wiltjer not competing as hard as he did against the Terrapins.

The team will have to help create shots for Wiltjer, Calipari said, but Wiltjer will also have to create on his own.
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