ANIMATED: Anthony Davis Puts An Exclamation Point On Kentucky's Win

As Clark Kellogg was repeatedly exclaiming "You don't gotta foul" late in the second half, I kept thinking "No, really, you need to foul, Louisville." Considering Kentucky's bout with missed free throwitis earlier in the half, it probably would've been a safer bet to put the Wildcats on the line. Especially when Kentucky decided it wanted to break the press with ease and put on a dunk show.

So this happened. It's just a lob over Gorgui Dieng's outstretched arm. And it's just flushed with authority by Anthony Davis.

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Sometimes, it's not even fair how athletic this team is.

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