NEW ORLEANS (AP) - There's more to Kentucky than Anthony Davis -
and that's what made the Wildcats almost impossible to beat.
Davis' supporting cast made the most of their turns in the
spotlight Monday night, picking up the scoring slack for their
freshman star and overwhelming Kansas for a 67-59 victory in the
NCAA title game that gave the Wildcats their eighth national title.
Michael Kidd-Gilchrist set the tone a minute in, staying in the
game after a hard foul that looked as if it might have dislocated
his shoulder, and Marquis Teague and Doron Lamb hit clutch shots
that kept the held back the Jayhawks' late rally.
Terrence Jones and Darius Miller also made their marks in just
the type of team effort the Wildcats (38-2) had given all season.