Box score from No. 12 UK basketball’s 95-73 win over No. 8 Miami in the ACC/SEC Challenge
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The University of Kentucky men’s basketball team played the University of Miami as part of the inaugural ACC/SEC Challenge in Rupp Arena on Tuesday night. The 12th-ranked Wildcats defeated the No. 8 Hurricanes 95-73.
Next up for Kentucky is a nonconference game against UNC Wilmington in Rupp Arena on Saturday.
Kentucky’s statistical leaders in Tuesday’s game:
Points: Reed Sheppard, 21
Rebounds: Adou Thiero, 6
Assists: Rob Dillingham, 9
Steals: Reed Sheppard, 3
Blocks: Tre Mitchell, 2
Turnovers: Tre Mitchell 3
Minutes: Antonio Reeves, 37
Three-pointers made: Reed Sheppard 5-9, Rob Dillingham 2-2, Antonio Reeves 1-3, Tre Mitchell 1-4
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