Both Alabama and Kentucky have big road wins over the weekend and will try to maintain their upward trend on Tuesday when they clash in Lexington.
Kentucky has won three games in a row after having played six games in the SEC had lost. The newcomer Dontaie Allen used a larger role. Allen only played 19 minutes in the team’s first seven games. In this winning steak, Allen averages 14.3 points per game while taking 11 of his 19 3-point shots.
The Wildcats have shot 46.8 percent from 3-point range in their last three games as a team after making only 25 percent of their 3s in the first seven games.
Alabama is entering this competition with its own winning streak of five games that exceeds 80 points in four of those games. The only exception was a team from Tennessee, which allows the third lowest points per game in the nation.
The Crimson Tide took their second chance to win this winning streak. She ranks 19th in the country in percentage of misses that are thrown back and has scored at least 13 offensive rebounds in each of her last five games. Keion Brooks Jr., the only player to do so this past season scored a point for Kentucky on the current team, scored 12 points in his season debut on Saturday in Florida victory. Combined with Kentucky’s offensive revival and the state’s 30th place in Alabama, wholly owned by the state, Tuesday’s numbers mean an exciting, fast pace with no shortage of baskets made.
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