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What John Calipari thinks and what we learned after Kentucky's exhibition games in the Bahamas


Regardless of how you view the level of competition Kentucky faced, there's no denying that this team has few flaws on the surface. It out-rebounded and out-shot each of its opponents, and rarely had to break a nervous sweat late into the game. As a team over the four-game stretch, the Wildcats shot 52.6 percent from the floor and a scorching 41.0 percent from the 3-point line. (CBS Sports)

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