The Baylor Bears simply do not have an answer for the Kentucky Wildcats on defense. Kentucky has been at their best in transition as usual, but Baylor don't exactly look capable of stopping UK in the half court either. Michael Kidd-Gilchrist is lighting it up with 11 points, and Kentucky has a 30-15 lead at the under-eight minute media timeout in the first half.
Anthony Davis is Kentucky's second leading scorer with 10 points, but it's a different Wildcat making the biggest impact on the other end, where Davis usually shines. Terrence Jones already has three blocks. Quincy Acy has been effective inside with eight points, but his first half will best be remembered for this flagrant foul that wasn't.
Pro-level flop job by Jones on this one. Acy was called for a flagrant. For...being strong, I guess?
Baylor's shooting 33 percent from the floor at the moment. They were always going to struggle to defend Kentucky, so if they can't hit shots either, this game is going to get very ugly.
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