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College Basketball Betting: Kentucky Wildcats (#3) Team of the Week

Written by Gaby Varji   
Thursday, 22 December 2011 23:11

2011 Kentucky Wildcats AnalysisIn this first installment will discuss the team that until last week held the top spot in the rankings. His balance so far is eight victories and one defeat, harvested last week against Indiana (78-67) and it has cost them two seats down. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

Kentucky is one of the most traditional teams and the second winner of this competition with up to seven NCAA titles.
As if this were not enough, have one of the most prestigious coaches in the nation, John Calipari, a guarantee to achieve each year to the best Recruits (novice) and have a competitive package every year.

The gameplay is simple and Calipari is based on exploiting the enormous potential of his players physical using rapid counterattacks, penetrations to the basket and stifling defense. A system that at times bears more similarities to basketball with the iron street systems and boards of other coaches.

That is the key to the best young want to play in Kentucky, who are given the opportunity to exhibit in the face of the first day draft.

In a way, it is said that John Calipari is the best springboard to stardom for those entering the NCAA with an eye to the draft, and the last to pass through their hands confirm it: Derrick Rose, Tyreke Evans or John Wall have been his pupils in previous years.

This year five of his players point to be chosen in first round of the NBA draft if they decided to appear. One of them is in all the pools to be 1: Anthony Davis.

Anthony Davis (freshman, 2.08 m) is a power forward with a physical cartoons. Very tall, long arms and legs real springs. Its impact is tremendous on defense, and that clogs or hinders any shot rival in the area and is also fast enough to defend on the perimeter. In attack takes advantage of his athletic ability to crush every ball that goes near it with ease and although his overall game is not polished, there is no doubt that this is a Kevin Garnett in power.

Are averages of 11.8 points, 10 rebounds and 4.4 blocks per game.

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Terrence Jones (sophomore, 2.03 m) is one of the leaders of this team and also one of the few players with at least one year of experience. Jones is a player indefinitely between small forward and power forward and has good athletic ability but perhaps the missing foot indoor play, so he prefers to play outside and take advantage of his shot and his speed to beat defenders slower . It is also a point to improve their tendency to disappear during games.

He averages 12.4 points and 6.2 rebounds per game, with 47% accuracy in triples

Kidd Michael Gilchrist (freshman, 2.00 m) is another player with great potential of this team. A very intense player and great sacrifice defense. Without being a scorer, a sum in many facets of the game and is very effective on the counterattack, it knows how to use their opportunities. Great competitor, as shown in the game against North Carolina, still the best of your computer.

It contributes 13.2 points, 7.4 rebounds and 1.6 steals. Exceeds the 52% success rate on shots

Doron Lamb (sophomore, 1.92 m) is a scoring guard with good fundamentals but his physique does not attract attention and that can be a disadvantage to take a place in the NBA. Leads the team with 15.8 points per game.

Marquis Teague (freshman, 1.85 m) is the core of the team but not noted for its ability to create game. It is however very fast and explosive, which makes him a good scorer and also lose too many balls. Should improve their vision and their control to be a more complete player.
He averages 10.8 points and 4.6 assists, but also 2.7 turnovers per game.

Last Updated on Thursday, 22 December 2011 23:17
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