Anthony Davis: More Evidence Kentucky Is Playing An Alien

We've already come to the conclusion that Kentucky's Anthony Davis is not of this earth. So far in the SEC Championship game, he's done nothing to convince us otherwise.

Could a human have reached up to collect this rebound? Is there even anyone else playing basketball on this play?


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Those arms!

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What is gravity? Are Davis' bones hollow like a bird's to allow for maximum elevation? So many totally legitimate questions to ask here.

Keep up with our Kentucky vs. Vanderbilt SEC Championship StoryStream for the score updates, highlights and Roswell files on Davis.

For more on these two teams, visit Kentucky blog A Sea of Blue and Vanderbilt blog Anchor of Gold. Head over to SB Nation NCAA Basketball for more news and notes on the conference tournaments and Selection Sunday. For more on the SEC Tournament, stay with this StoryStream or visit Team Speed Kills, our SEC blog.

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