BOX SCORE: The numbers behind Kentucky's 18-point win over Ohio
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BOX SCORE: The numbers behind Kentucky's 18-point win over Ohio

Article written by:Tyler ThompsonTyler Thompson


Photo by Dr. Michael Huang | Kentucky Sports Radio

By now, you know Kentucky beat Ohio 77-59, but it’s time to dive deeper into the numbers. Here are the box score and analytics, prefaced by what stood out to me:

  • TyTy Washington broke out in the second half, finishing with 20 points (8-15 FG), 11 rebounds, 5 assists, 4 turnovers, 1 block, 1 steal, 37 minutes. He was +21 in efficiency, behind Davion Mintz (+24)
  • Oscar Tshiebwe played only 20 mintues due to foul trouble but still managed 10 rebounds.
  • Keion Brooks came close to a career high with 22 points (9-18 FG) and 8 rebounds. With Oscar and Daimion Collins out most of the first half, Brooks shouldered the load on offense and finally found his groove in the second half.
  • Kellan Grady: Zero points in 20 minutes. That’s not great, but the fact that Kentucky can beat an NCAA Tournament team by 18 without him makes me feel better.
  • Battle of the boards: Kentucky 53, Ohio 17. Shoutout to TyTy and Mintz for stepping up and rebounding the Bobcats’ missed threes.
  • 3-1: Kentucky’s record

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