No. 19 Kentucky (19-6, 8-4 SEC) at Georgia (19-6, 9-3)
- The loss is the worst for UK in SEC play this season. They made only two of their 23 attempts from long range.
- Crystal Riley just ended UK’s three-point shooting drought with a made one with 5:33 to play. Kentucky needs to hit many more to catch up trailing 55-42 with 5:33 left.
- Kentucky can’t hit a three-pointer, missing all but one of its 19 tries so far. The Cats trail 54-39 with 7:08 to play.
- Georgia has a 47-32 lead and the ball. UK has gotten as close as 13 points on a Snowden floater in the lane.
- UK trails 45-28 with 15:20 to go in the game. If it loses at this clip, it will be the Cats’ largest loss in the SEC this season.
- HALFTIME: GEORGIA 38, KENTUCKY 22: It looked like the Cats were going to recover and get the game to single digits before the break when they cut it to 33-22, but Georgia was having none of that and grabbed its biggest lead of the game at the end of the half with a five-point flurry.
- UGA scores 10 in a row, which helps them to a 30-16 lead with 4:53 to go in the first half.
- Cats have turned the ball over an uncharacteristic 11 times. Many have been on travels and three-second violations that Mitchell disagreed with.
- Dunlap misses a big bunny and Georgia scores five unanswered in transition to grab a 23-14 lead with 8:03 to play. A disgusted Mitchell calls a timeout.
- Already eight turnovers in six minutes between the two teams and UK trails 14-8. Jasmine James leads the Bulldogs with six points.
- Cats trailing 16-12 with 11:49 to play. The seven turnovers have hurt so far. Dunlap just grabbed her first points on a putback.
Live here at Stegeman Coliseum for a clash between two of the top three teams in the Southeastern Conference. With just four games left, the Cats are tied with Vanderbilt for No. 3 in the current standings just behind Georgia. When the two teams met in Lexington in early January, UGA pulled one out 61-59.