Kentucky was frighteningly good against an overmatched opponent Monday night. West Virginia played a similar team and was arguably even more impressive.
They weren’t playing on the same court-or even the same country-but the Wildcats and Mountaineers put on performances so thorough that they appeared to be in competition with each other. On a light night as the college basketball season enters its quiet stage following the November tournaments, Kentucky drilled Arizona State 115-69 in the Bahamas, while WVU hammered Manhattan 108-61 in Morgantown. … Continue Reading