Final Four 2012, Kentucky Vs. Louisville Score: Anthony Davis Dominating, But Cards Cutting Lead

Anthony Davis is putting on a show for the Kentucky Wildcats, but his teammates can't stop coughing up the ball. If it weren't for silly unforced turnovers and the Louisville Cardinals' points off them, this game could very well be a blowout. Instead, a Cardinals team that has absolutely nothing going for them offensively is in the game. At the under-four minute media timeout, they're down 28-20.

Davis has eight points on 4-4 shooting from the field. One of his four shots was this one.

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How does someone with this combination of length, ups and hands even exist? I call shenanigans.

UK has turned the ball over seven times and allowed Louisville to get within six points, but just before the media timeout, Doron Lamb made a layup and drew a foul on Gorgui Dieng to push the lead back to eight. He'll be shooting a free throw when action resumes.

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